While most die-hard fans own a signed Jordan jersey or maybe even a pair of limited edition kicks, if you have a cool $29 million you could own Michael Jordan's 56,000 sq-ft Highland Park estate. Now we don't need to worry about the state of His Airness' financial affairs, instead MJ spends the majority of his time since he left the Bulls in Florida and the idea of an auction gives him a lot more control of the timing and price of the sale instead of the usual negotiations that come with a traditional real estate listing. The sale of the property is being led by Concierge Auctions, who are showcasing the nine bedroom, 17 bathroom home called Legend Point, with a 15-car heated garage first build in 1995. The future owners will also enjoy a regulation-sized indoor basketball court, billiards parlor, tennis court, and decked-out gym where you can re-create all your MJ-inspired sports day-dreams, surrounded by a living fence of 150 mature trees. Bidders will be able to submit opening bids prior to the kick-off of the auction on November 22 both online and in-person. Learn more about the home in the auction at its official site as well as in the preview shots after the click.