Top Ten: Most expensive NBA player homes

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The NBA is one of the premier league games in the world. The game comes with its own perks and benefits.

With its 30 franchised member clubs (29 in United States and 1 in Canada), NBA offers its players lucrative deals and careers.

Today, let’s look at the top ten expensive homes of NBA players. Prepare to be shocked though.

10. Paul Pierce -$6.5m

Los Angeles Clippers’ Paul Pierce $6.5 million home stands in the tenth position. The ripper house comes with an amazing outdoor half court. The house located in Lincoln Mass includes a huge backyard and plenty of hardwood.

Spread over 7,631 square feet, the house comes with five bedrooms and bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, custom cabinet work and has a total of 16 rooms in the single family home.



9. Dwight Howard -$7.8 m

Located in Houston, Howard bought the house after moving to Houston Rockets. The house boasts of rich interiors with an amazing pool.

It also houses 20 pet snakes and 50 guns including shotguns, semiautomatics and handguns, such as one of his favourites, a gold-looking Desert Eagle pistol.


8. Dirk Nowitzki- $7.9 m

The Dallas star has one of the most spectacular houses ever. Built in 2003 and spread over 9,215 sq ft, the house comes with 5 bedrooms and bathrooms (and 2-1/2 baths). It also houses a tennis court.


7. Chris Paul- $8.5m

Los Angeles Clippers’ new Florida residence is spread over 10,400 square feet and includes two floors of living space, with vaulted ceilings and stone and hardwood floors, including a double-height great room. The house also has a home theatre, a craft room, a library/den and a gym complete with steam shower and sauna. It has a total of five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.

Built in 2006, Paul bought the estate from singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne.


6. Kobe Bryant- $8.6m

Lakers’ shooting guard Kobe Bryant claims the sixth spot with his beige mansion. The house includes a gym and a library among many other things.


5. Dwayne Wade- $9m

Miami Heats’ Dwayne Wade is a 9 million dollar mansion and comes with a shoe vault.


4. LeBron James- $9.1m

Located in Florida, Cleveland Cavaliers James’ house is right in front of the beach. What more do you want to just relax and chill.


3. Chris Bosh- $9.4m

At number three, Bosh’s Mediterranean-style home in Pacific Highlands is a massive two-story home. The resort-style house includes an infinity-edge swimming pool and swim-up bar, multiple cabanas, a sunken fire pit and a lounge.

It also includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The master suite, centered to take in ocean views, has a fireplace, a sitting room and an exercise room. Kobe Bryant- $9.5m.


2. Kobe Bryant- $9.5 m

Kobe Bryant occupies a spot again. But this time he is boasting of a house that has a price value of 9.5 million dollars, a sharp 1 million dollars rise from the previous one.


  1. Chris Bosh- $12.3 m

Chris Bosh 12.3 million dollars home makes him the top NBA player to have the most expensive home.



Source: Boosh Sports

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