Miami Heat President and NBA Hall of Famer Pat Riley recently sold his Miami mansion, which is a shame because by the looks of it, it would be extremely hard to upgrade from this preposterous pad.

According to reports, Riley got $16.8 million for the 12,856-square-foot Mediterranean-style house. And so what will the new owners do? Tear it down, of course.

After taking a quick peek at these digs, it seems the only thing Riley puts together better than a house is a basketball team.

Take A Tour Of Pat Riley's Former Home Slideshow



This wouldn't be Miami if there weren't copious palm trees scattered throughout the property.


Bird's Eye View

This house has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.



Just in case the beautiful Biscayne Bay was too hot or too cold, Riley could relax in this gorgeous pool.



Not a bad view, eh?



The windows are closed in this photo, but it's probably not a stretch to say that when they're open, this room has a pretty good view.


Pool Room

Notice the "Showtime" poster, most likely a reference to Riley's days as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.



In addition to these breath-taking rooms, the house also has a media room, a wine cellar and a library with a fireplace.


Living Room

Big, yes, but not probably not large enough to hold all of Riley's trophies.


From Above

According to the Miami Herald, Riley's home is located on a "rare fingertip of prime land."



The home comes with a private dock and beach.

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