It’s no secret that NBA players make a lot of money. Most of the time, the first thing these pro athletes buy is a car and/or a home. Here, we’ll be looking at 14 of the nicest homes (some past and present) owned by NBA players. We start with number 14:
14. Kevin Durant
Durant’s $1.95 million mansion has five bedrooms, three in the main house and a pair in the guest house, four bathrooms, and a chef’s kitchen to go with the approximately 5,545 square feet of living space.
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13. Dirk Nowitzki
Dirk owns this 9,215 square foot house has a garage that can accommodate three cars at a time. It comes with a tennis court, a swimming pool, a fireplace with a sitting area, beautifully designed interiors, and well decorated walls with a photo frame gallery of his illustrious career
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12. Stephen Curry
Stephen Curry owned a bay area penthouse with 2,084 sq. ft. of living space. He sold it for $1.499 million and it comes with a penthouse pool and a luxury kitchen.
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11. Amar’e Stoudemire
During the NBA lockout, Stoudemire bought this mansion for $3.7 million in New York. It comes with six bedrooms, six bathrooms, nine garages and 14,555 sq. ft.
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10. Nick Young
Nick Young and girlfriend Iggy Azalea bought this Tarzana home from Selena Gomez. It comes with six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, a two-car garage, and a guesthouse that has it’s own island kitchen and balcony.
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9. Dwyane Wade
Wade’s 13,000 sq. ft. mansion in Miami has eight large bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, dual kitchen areas, a tennis court, pool, and cabanas to enjoy the Florida outdoors.
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8. Chris Paul
This mansion which used to be owned by Avril Lavigne, was bought by CP3 for $8.5 million. It has eight bedrooms, 10 and a half bathrooms, a wine cellar, a 10-car garage, a gym, a sauna, and an outdoor covered living room.
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7. Chris Bosh
Chris Bosh owned this 10,700 sq. ft. Pacific Palisades beachfront estate in California and put it up on the market for $14.5 million. The six bedroom, eight bathroom ocean facing mansion comes with an office with a fireplace, a grand dining room, a home theater, a chef’s kitchen, a fireplace, a sitting room, an exercise room, a massive walk-in closet and spa-like bath. If that hasn’t convinced you, the outside swimming area has a large infinity pool with a swim-up bar, cabanas, an outdoor kitchen, a sunken fireplace, and a lounge.
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6. Kyrie Irving
Irving bought this 5,508 square-foot home from the former couple Daniel Gibson and Keyshia Cole in 2011. The house was built in 2007 and has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and a three-car garage. On top of that, it comes with cherry floors in the dining room and kitchen, a circular staircase leading to the upstairs bedrooms, a home theater, a game room, and a trophy room.
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5. Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant owned this Newport Beach 8,500 square feet home. It comes with a home theater, beautiful kitchen, home gym, and multiple bedrooms. The most unique features about this home is that it also has a hair salon and a shark tank in the library.
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4. LeBron James
When James was drafted at the age of 18, it didn’t take him long to find his new home. He bought this Bath Township property in 2003 and went on to build a 30,000-square-foot mansion on the land. It’s now a 19-room house that features six bedrooms, eight full toilets and 6 1/2 toilets, a recording studio, a two-lane bowling alley, a on line casino, theater, sports activities bar, aquarium, barbershop and a main bedroom suite with a two-story stroll-in closet.
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3. Dwight Howard
Howard bought this European-esque palace for $7.78 million back when he played for the Orlando Magic. It had five full baths, two half baths, a game and billiards room, a home theater, art gallery, and a family room with a 25-foot stone fireplace. On top of that, he had a lazy river system, island seating, and three beach areas along with a water slide and grotto. He put it up for sale at $4.9 million after leaving the Magic.
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2. Tony Parker
Parker’s estate looks like it could be a whole village, but it is in fact the Spurs’ point guard’s home. Besides the usual multi-bedroom and multi-bathroom feature, Parker has a big home theater. But it’s not ordinary home theater, as his love for Marvel led him to get an amazing, fully painted statue of the Incredible Hulk in his theater.
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1. Mike Miller
Mike Miller auctioned off his Pompano Beach mansion back in 2012. It has six-bedroom and 10 bathrooms. He bought it for $5.4 million in 2010 when signing on the with the Heat, and wanted to sell it for $9 million before settling for $7.995 million. The picture below shows exactly why it was worth so much, as the location of the mansion is right on the Miami beach. Literally.