Christine McNaught of Windermere Real Estate is the listing agent.
The O'Neals bought the property for $3.55 million in Nov. 2007. The 7,478-square-foot house was built in 2006 in the Anthem/MacDonald Ranch neighborhood.
Mr. O'Neal, 30, is a 14-year NBA veteran about to start his second straight season with the Miami Heat. A six-time NBA All-Star at center, O'Neal established himself as a star in the league over a span of eight seasons with the Indiana Pacers earlier this decade. He helped the Pacers reach the postseason in six of those seasons, including a 2003-04 Central Division title and a run to the Eastern Conference finals.
O'Neal started his career and spent four seasons with the Portland Trailblazers before he arrived in Indiana in 2000. After leaving the Pacers following the 2007-08 season, he spent half the season with the Toronto Raptors before he was traded to the Miami Heat. He averages 14.3 points-per-game for his career, and he holds single-game Pacers franchise records for blocks (10) and rebounds in a playoff game (22).
He is originally from Columbia, S.C.
According to BlockShopper.com, there were 9,005 home sales in Henderson in 2008, with median sales price of $200,000.
Address: 4 Moss Spring Court
Buyer(s): Jermaine O'Neal and Lamesha O'Neal
Seller(s): Curt P Samlaska and Cheryl K Samlaska
Sale date: Nov. 19, 2007