10 Most Luxurious Homes of NBA Players

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NBA players are some of the highest paid athletes in the world, and with that bank account they can afford some of the most lavish houses. That being said, these are 10 of the most incredible homes currently owned by active NBA players:

10. Kyle Lowry – $2.65 million (Wayne, Pennsylvania)

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The Toronto Raptor’s guard may play north of the border, however when he is back home he gets to relax in this stunning mansion. Kyle Lowry’s manor comes with a media room, wine cellar, game room, and of course, a gym. Outside it features a large swimming pool, tennis court, and even an outdoor kitchen.

9. John Wall – $4.9 million (Potomac, Maryland)

The Washington Wizard’s star bought this beautiful mansion shortly after signing his max contract back in 2013. The home comes with movie theater, basketball court, and six-car garage, among other things. I think it’s safe to say John Wall is ballin, both on and off the court.

8. Carmelo Anthony – $11 million (New York, New York)

Carmelo Anthony’s apartment on West 24th Street is out of this world. It’s located right in the city, with an amazing view. Can’t blame him for not wanting to leave the Big Apple.

7. James Harden – $2 million (Houston, Texas)

The Beard’s Mediterranean-style home is surrounded by a beautiful golf course and has a spa, an outdoor fireplace, and a massive theater. Seems like everything really is bigger in Texas.

6. Dirk Nowitzki – $7.9 million (Dallas, Texas)

Dirk Nowitzki easily has one of the best looking houses on this list. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion comes with a tennis and basketball court and is located just around the corner from Mark Cuban’s house.

5. Chris Paul – $8.5 million (Bel Air, California)

Chris Paul’s house comes with more than 12,000-square feet of space, eight bedrooms, a pool, hot tub, a wine cellar, and a gym.

4. Blake Griffin – $9 million (Pacific Palisades, California)

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Chris Paul’s teammate, Blake Griffin isn’t doing too bad either. His lavish, three story house has a home theater, a gourmet kitchen big enough to fit 6’11 DeAndre Jordan and the rest of the Clippers team, a home gym, a nice pool, and three fireplaces.

3. Stephen Curry – $5.8 million (Alamo, California)

Stephen Curry’s mansion comes with five beds, ten baths, and over 10,000 square feet on the estate. The home also comes with an infinity pool, pretty fitting for the splash brother.

2. LeBron James – $9.2 million (Akron, Ohio)

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LeBron’s dreamy home is equipped with six bedrooms, his own recording studio, a movie theater, an aquarium, and the list goes on. It’s basically a castle for the man they call “King.”

1. Chris Bosh – $12.3 million (Miami Beach, Florida)

Although he’s not playing right now, Chris Bosh has not announced his retirement decision yet and he is a real estate tycoon so we had to add him to the list. His lavish mansion on North Bay Road, Florida has 12,000 sq. ft of living space, an infinity pool, an indoor elevator, and an all-white interior that will make you drool instantly.

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