No one feels more at home on hardwood than NBA players. Perhaps this is why they need so much of it in their own home. Sure, we all know basketball players make tons of money, but seeing that worth realized in their homes is truly a sight to behold. So if you’re a fan of the game, and also of spacious mansions, then check out the following home owned by some of the league’s most talented and brightest stars.
All-star point guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers calls this $2.3 million mansion in Cleveland Ohio, home. While stunning from the front, his backyard pool resembles that of a water park.
Most can’t decide if they’re looking at a home, or a small village. But this $3.2 million Texan mansion is where the San Antonio Spurs, Tony Parker, calls home.
Despite going back to his home team in Minnesota, Garnett is still holding on to his $4.85 million mansion in Concord, Ma. His place is loaded with five bedrooms, a four-car garage, and a total of 11,000 square feet of living space.
Welcome to Dwight’s $7.78 million home. It’s got five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and has even taken a page out of the Playboy mansion with its water slide and grotto.
What you see here is the backyard view to the life-long Dallas Maverick’er, Dirk Nowitzki’s $8 million home. A home where former MVP and NBA champ says he plans to retire in.
Once belonging to musician Avril Lavigne, Chris Paul paid $8.5 million to own this eight bedroom, 10-car garage home, with a personal gym and sauna.
Apparently inspired by a 14th century castle, Dwyane’s house is a castle surrounded by a moat. A home that is also equipped with six bedrooms, a basketball court, and even an air-conditioned dog house – all for the low low price of only $10.6 million.
What does a house fit for a king look like? Just like this one. On the inside, Lebron’s house sports eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, a wine cellar, guest house, home theatre, basketball court, and an infinity pool that leads out onto the ocean where James parks his 60-foot yachts. Price: $11 million.
So what kind of home can satisfy the league’s most insatiable, and once unstoppable competitor in Kobe Bryant? How about one that has 8,500 square feet of space spread out over two stories, which features one of the most state-of-the-art kitchens, along with a hair salon, and get this – a massive shark tank! Price: $11.7 million.
While he may no longer be one of the league’s all-star players, Chris Bosh is the star when it comes to this real estate list. His Pacific Palisades home here not only has an infinity pool, but an elevator to get from floor-to-floor. Price: $14.5 million.