PHOENIX (AP) _ Michael Jordan's mother has been trying to sell her 6,000-square-foot house for the past month with no bites.

That could change now that the family name attached to it is being publicized.

Jordan's mom, Deloris Jordan, is listing the home in Paradise Valley, an affluent Phoenix suburb, for $3 million. It has been a family retreat for the Jordans since they bought it for $1.1 million in 1995.

``I have always thought a pro ball player would really enjoy this home,'' said Katie King of Realty Executives, who has the exclusive listing.

The four-bedroom house, on an acre spread, has a combination basketball/tennis court and lagoon swimming pool with waterfall.

Million-dollar home sales in the Phoenix area have slumped in the past year as many potential buyers lost money in the stock market or decided to cut back until the economy recovers.