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Impressive Mansions Owned by NBA Stars

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Features, Real Estate Radar, Rich & Famous, Variety

Most of the popular athletes in every sport are known for signing multi-million-dollar contracts that sometime is hard to believe how much they earn per year. That leaves them a huge budget to spend on luxury items, real estate, and expensive cars. 

In today’s article we will highlight some of the most impressive mansions that are owned by some of the best players in the NBA betting odds.

  1. John Wall

Back in 2016, John Wall purchased a 17,000 square foot mansion for 4.9 million dollars. This is a huge mansion with 8 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.

This house is packed with features like a waterfall swimming pool, outdoor grilling center, six-car garage, personal gym, basketball court, and a home theater. 

  • Dwight Howard

Just because all of the mansions are that NBA stars buy are expensive, they tend to lose a lot of money if the market changes. That happened to Dwight Howard who suffered a huge loss on his mansion.

The property is located in Florida (Longwood), and he bought it for 7.78 million dollars. Howard’s house never fully recovered from the market crash. In fact, he put up the property for 3 million dollars less than he originally paid.

It is a 11,000 square feet mansion with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and a massive professional chef kitchen. Additionally, the mansion has a huge swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, large gym, lazy river, and screening room.

  • Dirk Nowitzki

The famous German basketball player decided to buy an 8 million dollar mansion, located in Dallas, Texas. 

The place is also known as Billionaires Row, and apparently he got an amazing deal for this estate. We still don’t know the actual amount Dirk paid for this mansion, but the owners said that they didn’t make a profit out of the sale. 

This is a 9.215 square feet mansion, with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and amazing tall ceilings. Obviously, the mansion comes loaded with all the luxury features like three-car garage, tennis court, basketball court, and good looking swimming pool.

Since Dirk retired in 2019, we figure he will have even more time to enjoy in his mansion

  • Chris Paul

After Chris’s career took off and he signed with the Clippers, he put his well-earned money to good use. He decided to buy Avril laving’s Bel Air mansion for 8.5 million dollars back in 2016. It is a huge mansion covering 12,000 square feet with 8 bedrooms, a hot tub, wine cellar, tennis court, a gym, a spa, and many other features.

Paul fell in love with the property and it is definitely worth every penny.

  • LeBron James

This list wouldn’t be complete without featuring LeBron James. He is known for his luxuries lifestyle and huge transactions. Instead of buying an old home, he decided that it is a good idea to build one from the ground up.

This project costed him around 9.2 million dollars, which is a pretty good deal considering that it is a 30,000 square foot property with 19 rooms. 

This mansion has 6 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, a recording studio, two-lane bowling alley, a home theater, barber shop, and the most impressive thing is the casino. 

La Bron James NBA home
  • Dwayne Wade

Dwayne Wade was involved in one of the most notorious NBA trade rumors in 2018, when he switched to Heat from Cavs. However, what he surely wouldn’t trade it’s his mansion. 

After looking for more than 50 homes, he settled for a 17.9 million dollar mansion, and despite the huge price, he still managed to negotiate the price and get it for a 7 million dollars less.

Final Words

Most of the stars in the NBA have multi-million dollar contracts which leave them with a lot of money to spend on their houses. 

Since all of the houses we mentioned in this article are really expensive, they are not a good investment in terms of making profits. Most NBA stars lost money on their properties, but making money is not their first priority.

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