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Hoop Dreams: Check Out Western Washington's Best Home Basketball Courts

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Alas, it seems the Seattle Sonics will not be returning anytime soon. However, that doesn't mean your hoop dream needs to die. Quite the opposite, now's the time to hone those skills, practice your form and school your neighbors so that when the Sonics do come back, you'll be in top form to try out. Sure, NBA franchises don't hold open tryouts, but are you gonna let some silly facts get in the way of your dreams? Not interested in sweat equity but don't working up a sweat? Here are twelve homes around Western Washington with a basketball court worth honing your fundamentals over.

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14101 212th Dr NE ($2.1M)

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This all-in-one custom gym comes complete with a weights area and rock wall, not to mention a handy basketball rack to keep things tidy.

9231 SE 46th St ($2.08M)

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If you ever get tired of playing basketball, you're ready to go for a life-sized checkers or chess match.

22430 Dogwood Lane ($7.9M)

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This 5-BR estate not only includes a regulation basketball court but also a full size tennis court and a regulation little league field.

Seward Park House ($9.5M)

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Another massive estate, this one has a sport court for not just basketball but also tennis. Plenty more across this 2.36 acre property.

1515 Parkside Dr E ($4.5M)

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This 2013 Broadmoor home situated to enjoy westerly fairway views of the Broadmoor golf course also comes with its own half-court.

17404 NE 126th Place ($1.4M)

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This fully-remodeled ranch style home was built in 1990 and we wouldn't be surprised if that's when this funky court was made, too. Teal and purpose were the official colors of the early 90's.

15131 141st Ave SE ($1.5M)

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This "deconstructed" basketball court is actually a 168-yard multi-purpose sports room. We'd call it The Thunderdome if everyone around here didn't hate The Thunder.

7215 116th Ave SE ($1.3M)

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Just make sure you take that tennis net down first. That's an injury waiting to happen.

10802 103rd Ave NE ($1.25M)

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The sad thing is, pretty soon there are gonna be kids who don't know who that is supposed to be a logo of.

8420 Woodholme Rd SW ($1.3M)

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Best to make sure you have spotters to make sure the ball doesn't go into the drink, and you probably want to give your neighbors on the other side of the bush a heads up as well.

3708 42nd Ave S ($3.3M)

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The professionally landscaped gardens, view terraces & sport court combine to provide a perfect backdrop for casual enjoyment or large scale entertaining.

19474 Conway Hill Rd ($550K)

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A Washington Huskies-themed half-court? Might be enough to convince you to move to Mt. Vernon...

14101 212th Dr NE ($2.1M)

This all-in-one custom gym comes complete with a weights area and rock wall, not to mention a handy basketball rack to keep things tidy.

9231 SE 46th St ($2.08M)

If you ever get tired of playing basketball, you're ready to go for a life-sized checkers or chess match.

22430 Dogwood Lane ($7.9M)

This 5-BR estate not only includes a regulation basketball court but also a full size tennis court and a regulation little league field.

Seward Park House ($9.5M)

Another massive estate, this one has a sport court for not just basketball but also tennis. Plenty more across this 2.36 acre property.

1515 Parkside Dr E ($4.5M)

This 2013 Broadmoor home situated to enjoy westerly fairway views of the Broadmoor golf course also comes with its own half-court.

17404 NE 126th Place ($1.4M)

This fully-remodeled ranch style home was built in 1990 and we wouldn't be surprised if that's when this funky court was made, too. Teal and purpose were the official colors of the early 90's.

15131 141st Ave SE ($1.5M)

This "deconstructed" basketball court is actually a 168-yard multi-purpose sports room. We'd call it The Thunderdome if everyone around here didn't hate The Thunder.

7215 116th Ave SE ($1.3M)

Just make sure you take that tennis net down first. That's an injury waiting to happen.

10802 103rd Ave NE ($1.25M)

The sad thing is, pretty soon there are gonna be kids who don't know who that is supposed to be a logo of.

8420 Woodholme Rd SW ($1.3M)

Best to make sure you have spotters to make sure the ball doesn't go into the drink, and you probably want to give your neighbors on the other side of the bush a heads up as well.

3708 42nd Ave S ($3.3M)

The professionally landscaped gardens, view terraces & sport court combine to provide a perfect backdrop for casual enjoyment or large scale entertaining.

19474 Conway Hill Rd ($550K)

A Washington Huskies-themed half-court? Might be enough to convince you to move to Mt. Vernon...