15 Top NBA Players And Their Luxurious Houses
1. Kobe Bryant - $9.5 Million (Newport Coast, California)
As one of the highest-earning players in the history of the NBA, Kobe Bryant certainly lived somewhere befitting his wealth. He owned an 8,741 square foot mansion in L.A. Highlights of this luxurious home included an 850 square foot gym, a home theatre, an outdoor kitchen and a large pool with the view of the breathtaking L.A. sunset. With a net worth of $500 million, we’re pretty sure he never needed to worry about a mortgage.
2. Stephen Curry - $3.2 Million (East Bay, San Francisco)
Stephen Curry has blown $3.2 million on his San Francisco mansion. It seems that the NBA MVP is not leaving the Bay Area anytime soon, so no need for Warriors fans to worry! The 10,000 square foot estate features five bedrooms, five fireplaces and a two-bedroom guest house, so Curry has enough space to accommodate any family or friends from out of town. It also comes with a six-car garage and an infinity swimming pool, so it was a great investment. We’re pretty sure Curry must have a kick-ass financial advisor helping him spend his $90 million net worth.
3. Dwyane Wade - $8.9 Million (Miami Beach, Florida)
Dwyane Wade owns a 13,000 square foot compound on the ultra-exclusive La Gorce Island. Coming with a high-end home security system, the house has many amazing amenities including a guest house, a tennis court, a vast outdoor pool with cabanas, a dual kitchen and a deck that runs right up to the waterside. As for homeowner fees or mortgages, we imagine these won’t be a problem for a basketball star with a $120 million net worth.
4. Michael Jordan - $29 Million (Chicago, Illinois)
As one of the best basketball players this world has ever seen, Michael Jordan owns a house befitting his reputation. The 56,000 square foot estate has every luxury you can imagine, including three climate-controlled garages, a gym, an NBA regulation-sized basketball court, a tennis court, a putting green, and a three-bedroom guest house. One might assume such a gorgeous mansion would be a great investment, but the truth is Michael hasn’t been able to find a buyer up till now. His real estate agent must be getting anxious.
5. Chris Paul - $8.5 Million (Bel Air, California)
As a result of years of hard work in the NBA, Chris Paul has earned himself a well-deserved net worth of $120 million and has a 12,000 square foot estate in California. The house is decorated in a Mediterranean style and has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a home theater, a library, a gym and spa, and a state-of-the-art home security system to protect all his little luxuries. Such a gorgeous property will surely only increase in value, and we bet CP3 is taking good financial advice.
6. LeBron James - $9 Million (Coconut Grove, Florida)
With a net worth of $450 million, LeBron James can buy anything he wants and needs no loans or mortgages to do it. While he was playing for the Miami Heat, he owned a modest 12,100 square foot mansion in Miami. The house features eight bedrooms, a wine cellar, a library, a home theater, an infinity pool, and a dock that can host two 60-foot yachts. He later sold the house for $13.4 mIllion when he parted ways with the Miami Heat. That is 4.4 million over what he originally paid. Clearly the NBA star has a smart financial adviser.
7. Dwight Howard - $7.8 Million (Longwood, Florida)
The NBA superstar has a waterfront mansion estate in Longwood, Florida. The beautiful house has five bedrooms, a pool room, a screening room, an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool with an attached lazy river, and a large gym. With a net worth of $140 million, mortgages and homeowner fees won't be a big problem for Dwight Howard, but he suffered a huge loss over this property. He originally paid $7.78 million for it but recently put it up for just $3 million. Maybe the NBA player needs a new financial adviser.
8. James Harden - $2 Million (Royal Oaks Country Club, Houston)
Harden lives in a three-story, 7,100 square foot home in Houston. Moderately priced at $2 million, the Mediterranean style mansion has every luxurious amenity befitting an NBA star, including four bedrooms, a theater, a game room, and a library. With an astonishing $145 million net worth, Harden never needs to worry about mortgage loans and can afford the most lavish lifestyle in the world.
9. Blake Griffin - $9 Million (Pacific Palisades, California)
Blake Griffin has become a superstar with a $60 million net worth, so it's only fitting that he lives the star-studded lifestyle. In 2014, Griffin splurged $9 million on a 9,100 square foot house in California. Complete with six bedrooms, six bathrooms and an immensely large kitchen, the beautiful mansion has everything the All-Star needs to fit in the Hollywood scene, including a home theater as well as a massive gym. We bet he has a high-end home security system to guard all that luxury.
10. Jimmy Butler - $4.3 Million (River North, Chicago)
Jimmy Butler's years of hard work have clearly paid off as he’s gone from nothing to a net worth of $25 million. He owns a 10,000 square foot mansion equipped with six bedrooms, a three-car garage, a large game room, and theater room - all that for just $4.3 million. Jimmy must have a smart financial adviser.
11. Russell Westbrook - $4.6 Million (Beverly Crest, California)
Russell Westbrook has a net worth of $ 150 million, so he can live in any house without worrying about mortgage rates. He recently purchased a mansion for $4.6 million from Scott Disick. Although the two-story home is not equipped with weight rooms or basketball courts like many other NBA houses, it provides a breathtaking view of the California landscape and skyline. It also comes with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a large pool, and a patio.
12. Shaquille O'Neal - $1.15 Million (McDonough, Georgia)
After retiring from the NBA, Shaquille O'Neal joined the crew of TNT’s Inside the NBA. His successful career has left him a net worth of $400 million, so he will never need to worry about mortgage loans. Recently he threw down $1.15 million on a two-house compound outside of Atlanta. The property is 7,400 square feet and has every luxury you can think of, including eight bedrooms, a twelve seat home theater, a game room, and a fully furnished gym. We bet Shaquille doesn’t skimp on the home security system.
13. Chris Bosh - $12.5 Million (North Bay Road, Florida)
Maybe Bosh wasn’t the focal point of the “Big Three” during his time with Miami Heat, but it was not all that bad. At least he had a fat salary. He has earned himself a net worth of $80 million through his career, so now the all-star can live the most comfortable life without worrying about loans or mortgages. He owns a 12,000 square foot property in Miami. Coming at $12.5 million, the mansion has seven bedrooms, a gym, an infinity pool, as well as a breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay.
14. Dirk Nowitzki - $7.9 Million (Dallas, Texas)
Dirk Nowitzki has given his entire NBA career to Dallas Mavericks, and Mark Cuban has given him a net worth of $140 million. The German big man now resides in a 9,215 square mansion in Dallas. Like many other houses of this size, the house features multiple bedrooms (5) and bathrooms (6). For entertainment, there is a tennis court, swimming pool, basketball court and a giant home theater in the Colonial style home. Nowitzki’s financial adviser was clever to help him choose this gorgeous mansion.
15. John Wall - $4.9 Million (Rockville, Maryland)
John Wall purchased a $4.9 million mansion just after signing an $85 million-dollar contract with the Washington Wizards. Befitting an NBA star, the house is every sports fanatic’s dream, featuring a basketball court, a tennis court, a gym, and a token billiards room. Such a gorgeous mansion would surely require the most advanced home security system around.
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