The oceanfront Hillsboro Inlet mansion that Miami Heat forward Mike Miller personally remodeled is going to be sold.
The 9,000-square-foot home will go up for auction June 30, and there is no minimum bid.
When asked whether the lack of a minimum makes him nervous, Miller said, "Yes, a little bit, but I have always been aggressive. That's how I play basketball. That's the way I do business."
The six-bedroom, 7 1/2-bathroom house once sold for $12 million, but Miller said he got a good deal on it two years ago. He bought it in foreclosure and did a lot of the work himself. He put in a bar with a couple of beers on tap, a shuffleboard table, a billiard table and a home theater. There are several built-in aquariums, a pool bar that can be seen through the family room floor, a private wine cellar, a cigar room and a private elevator.
But, the ocean view and large dock space are probably the home's finest features.
"You are right here on your own beach, so the kids can go out there and enjoy it," Miller said. "But, at the same time, it is big enough so the parents can get away from their kids."
While the home is formal, there are personal pictures of the Miller family and basketball memorabilia everywhere. Now, Miller is hoping to add some NBA championship gear to the collection.
"Giving it to the fans at home would be the best-case scenario, but we just want to win it," he said.