55 Top NBA Players And Their Luxurious Houses

It’s rather common that NBA’s highest-paid players own some lavish houses, such as Stephen Curry and Dwyane Wade. Here are 55 expensive houses owned by NBA players.

1. Stephen Curry – $3.2 Million (East Bay, San Francisco)

Stephen Curry has blown $3.2 million on his San Francisco mansion. It seems that the NBA MVP is not leaving the Bay Area anytime soon, so no need for Warriors fans to worry! The 10,000 square foot estate features five bedrooms, five fireplaces and a two-bedroom guest house, so Curry has enough space to accommodate any family or friends from out of town. It also comes with a six-car garage and an infinity swimming pool, so it was a great investment. We’re pretty sure Curry must have a kick-ass financial advisor helping him spend his $90 million net worth.

2. Dwyane Wade – $8.9 Million (Miami Beach, Florida)

Dwyane Wade owns a 13,000 square foot compound on the ultra-exclusive La Gorce Island. Coming with a high-end home security system, the house has many amazing amenities including a guest house, a tennis court, a vast outdoor pool with cabanas, a dual kitchen and a deck that runs right up to the waterside. As for homeowner fees or mortgages, we imagine these won’t be a problem for a basketball star with a $120 million net worth.

3. Michael Jordan – $29 Million (Chicago, Illinois)

As one of the best basketball players this world has ever seen, Michael Jordan owns a house befitting his reputation. The 56,000 square foot estate has every luxury you can imagine, including three climate-controlled garages, a gym, an NBA regulation-sized basketball court, a tennis court, a putting green, and a three-bedroom guest house. One might assume such a gorgeous mansion would be a great investment, but the truth is Michael hasn’t been able to find a buyer up till now. His real estate agent must be getting anxious.

4. Chris Paul – $8.5 Million (Bel Air, California)

As a result of years of hard work in the NBA, Chris Paul has earned himself a well-deserved net worth of $120 million and has a 12,000 square foot estate in California. The house is decorated in a Mediterranean style and has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a home theater, a library, a gym and spa, and a state-of-the-art home security system to protect all his little luxuries. Such a gorgeous property will surely only increase in value, and we bet CP3 is taking good financial advice.

5. LeBron James – $9 Million (Coconut Grove, Florida)

With a net worth of $450 million, LeBron James can buy anything he wants and needs no loans or mortgages to do it. While he was playing for the Miami Heat, he owned a modest 12,100 square foot mansion in Miami. The house features eight bedrooms, a wine cellar, a library, a home theater, an infinity pool, and a dock that can host two 60-foot yachts. He later sold the house for $13.4 mIllion when he parted ways with the Miami Heat. That is 4.4 million over what he originally paid. Clearly the NBA star has a smart financial adviser.

6. Dwight Howard – $7.8 Million (Longwood, Florida)

The NBA superstar has a waterfront mansion estate in Longwood, Florida. The beautiful house has five bedrooms, a pool room, a screening room, an outdoor kitchen, a swimming pool with an attached lazy river, and a large gym. With a net worth of $140 million, mortgages and homeowner fees won’t be a big problem for Dwight Howard, but he suffered a huge loss over this property. He originally paid $7.78 million for it but recently put it up for just $3 million. Maybe the NBA player needs a new financial adviser.

7. James Harden – $2 Million (Royal Oaks Country Club, Houston)

Harden lives in a three-story, 7,100 square foot home in Houston. Moderately priced at $2 million, the Mediterranean style mansion has every luxurious amenity befitting an NBA star, including four bedrooms, a theater, a game room, and a library. With an astonishing $145 million net worth, Harden never needs to worry about mortgage loans and can afford the most lavish lifestyle in the world.

8. Blake Griffin – $9 Million (Pacific Palisades, California)

Blake Griffin has become a superstar with a $60 million net worth, so it’s only fitting that he lives the star-studded lifestyle. In 2014, Griffin splurged $9 million on a 9,100 square foot house in California. Complete with six bedrooms, six bathrooms and an immensely large kitchen, the beautiful mansion has everything the All-Star needs to fit in the Hollywood scene, including a home theater as well as a massive gym. We bet he has a high-end home security system to guard all that luxury.

9. Jimmy Butler – $4.3 Million (River North, Chicago)

Jimmy Butler’s years of hard work have clearly paid off as he’s gone from nothing to a net worth of $25 million. He owns a 10,000 square foot mansion equipped with six bedrooms, a three-car garage, a large game room, and theater room – all that for just $4.3 million. Jimmy must have a smart financial adviser.

10. Russell Westbrook – $4.6 Million (Beverly Crest, California)

Russell Westbrook has a net worth of $ 150 million, so he can live in any house without worrying about mortgage rates. He recently purchased a mansion for $4.6 million from Scott Disick. Although the two-story home is not equipped with weight rooms or basketball courts like many other NBA houses, it provides a breathtaking view of the California landscape and skyline. It also comes with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a large pool, and a patio.

11. Shaquille O’Neal – $1.15 Million (McDonough, Georgia)

After retiring from the NBA, Shaquille O’Neal joined the crew of TNT’s Inside the NBA. His successful career has left him a net worth of $400 million, so he will never need to worry about mortgage loans. Recently he threw down $1.15 million on a two-house compound outside of Atlanta. The property is 7,400 square feet and has every luxury you can think of, including eight bedrooms, a twelve seat home theater, a game room, and a fully furnished gym. We bet Shaquille doesn’t skimp on the home security system.

12. Chris Bosh – $12.5 Million (North Bay Road, Florida)

Maybe Bosh wasn’t the focal point of the “Big Three” during his time with Miami Heat, but it was not all that bad. At least he had a fat salary. He has earned himself a net worth of $80 million through his career, so now the all-star can live the most comfortable life without worrying about loans or mortgages. He owns a 12,000 square foot property in Miami. Coming at $12.5 million, the mansion has seven bedrooms, a gym, an infinity pool, as well as a breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay.

13. Dirk Nowitzki – $7.9 Million (Dallas, Texas)

Dirk Nowitzki has given his entire NBA career to Dallas Mavericks, and Mark Cuban has given him a net worth of $140 million. The German big man now resides in a 9,215 square mansion in Dallas. Like many other houses of this size, the house features multiple bedrooms (5) and bathrooms (6). For entertainment, there is a tennis court, swimming pool, basketball court and a giant home theater in the Colonial style home. Nowitzki’s financial adviser was clever to help him choose this gorgeous mansion.

14. John Wall – $4.9 Million (Rockville, Maryland)

John Wall purchased a $4.9 million mansion just after signing an $85 million-dollar contract with the Washington Wizards. Befitting an NBA star, the house is every sports fanatic’s dream, featuring a basketball court, a tennis court, a gym, and a token billiards room. Such a gorgeous mansion would surely require the most advanced home security system around.

15. Kyle Lowry – $2.6 Million (Wayne, Pennsylvania)

Kyle Lowry made a wise investment in a $2.6 million castle in Wayne. The 9,298-square-foot mansion sits on a massive 4.5 acres plot, boasting 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a wine cellar, a 6-car garage, a tennis court, and a gigantic outdoor swimming pool. It may look ancient, but the house offers all the modern conveniences anyone would ever need.

16. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – $5.9 Million (Kauai, Hawaii)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Hawaii mansion is true summer heaven with a swimming pool, palms in the yard, and private access to the Secret Beach. We don’t understand why Kareem decided to sell such a perfect island retreat.

17. Nick Young – $3.25 Million (Tarzana, California)

Nick Young bought this Tarzana mansion from Selena Gomez for $3.45 million but later sold it for only $3.25 million. The 6,600-square-foot house has 6 bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen, a formal living room, and a game room. Outside, there’s a spa, a pool, a basketball court, and a fire pit. Mr. Young used to live here with his ex-fiancee, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.

18. Joe Johnson – $4.7 Million (Atlanta, Georgia)

Joe Johnson bought this 14,000-square-foot house for $3.8 million after joining the Atlanta Hawks, and he tried to sell it for a profit after asking for $4.7 million a few years later. However, the house is still there after four years on the market.

19. Dennis Rodman, $2.35 Million (Orange County, Los Angeles)

Back in March, 2018, retired basketball player Dennis Rodman put his Orange County home on the market, asking for $2.35 million. The ranch-style house was built in 1976, and within the 5,000-square-foot interior are 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a formal dining room, a wood-accented billiards room, and a gourmet kitchen with a granite island.

20. Carmelo Anthony – $10 Million (Littleton, Colorado)

Anthony joined the NBA with one of the greatest draft classes in the history of the sport, and he is certainly getting paid like it. He and wife La La’s former glamorous home sits on 5.7 acres of land, and it has 21,000 square feet of room to roam. The house boasts 8 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a seven-car garage along with a private recording studio and a fitness center. We guess the home insurance and the maintenance of the building must have cost him a large sum of money.

21. Paul Pierce – $6.5 Million (California)

Paul Pierce, known as ‘The Truth,’ likes to relax in his $6.5 million mansion in California. This incredible house comes with a private bowling alley, a huge swimming pool, an outdoor basketball court, and a fitness center where Pierce works out to stay in shape.

22. Giannis Antetokounmpo, $1.8 Million (River Hills, Wisconsin)

Giannis Antetokounmpo recently bought a River Hills mansion from former Bucks player Mirza Teletovic for $1.8 million. The 10,000-square-foot house boasts 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a spacious gym, as well as an impressing swimming pool. It’s just off I-43 and 15 minutes north of downtown Milwaukee, perfect for its owner to go to the court.

23. DeMarcus Cousins, $4.25 Million (Granite Bay, Sacramento)

DeMarcus Cousins paid $4.725 million for this house in 2013. The cost wasn’t that big a deal for him, as in the same year he signed a four-year $62 million contract extension with the Kings. Sitting on 13,700 square feet of land, the home is able to house nearly three basketball courts. It boasts 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, a theater room, a wine cellar, a resort-style pool and spa, and a tennis court. Cousins later sold it for $4,25 million, losing $475,000.

24. Jeremy Lin, Rented Condo (White Plains, New York)

Jeremy Lin is one of the few Asian Americans to have played in the NBA. In 2012, he generated a global craze known as “Linsanity” after his unexpected winning turnaround with the New York Knicks. While playing for the team, he was living in a rented apartment at Trump Tower in suburban White Plains. The condo features cherry wood floors, marble bathrooms, a built-in sound system, and incredible views of New York City. It reportedly cost him about $3,800 a month.

25. Avery Bradley, $2.4 Million (Austin, Texas)

Avery Bradley’s 5,891-square-foot home sits on an acre of land near Lake Travis. It’s equipped with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a modern kitchen, an in-ground pool, and a private deck. Besides, the house comes with high ceilings and large windows that offer amazing views of Lake Travis. Several months ago, Bradley just put it on the market. If you have $2.4 million, the stunning house can be yours.

26. Beno Udrih – $6.5 Million (Denny Blaine, Washington)

Alright, Beno Udrih hasn’t played for any NBA team for some time, but he still earned a spot on our list. As a 12-year NBA veteran, Udrih has raked in more than $30 million fortune. He owns a $6 million mansion in Denny Blaine, WA. Just look at that view!

27. Landry Fields – $2.65 Million (Rossmoor, California)

Landry and his wife, model Elaine Alden, have been living in their Rossmoor home since selling their Manhattan Beach property in 2017. Featuring 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and a spacious backyard complete with a saltwater pool and spa, this house is equal parts luxurious and homey.

28. Kris Humphries – $1.65 Million (Mound, Minnesota)

Former NBA player Kris Humphries, best known for his brief marriage to Kim Kardashian, decided to end his relationship with his Lake Minnetonka home last year. He bought the house for $1.55 million in 2006 when he was playing with the Atlanta Hawks, and listed it for $1.65 million.

29. Kevin Garnett – $5 Million (Concord, Massachusetts)

Garnett earned an eye-opening $315 million throughout his career. Under his financial adviser’s advice, he made a host of wise investments, including a $5 million house that’s located in Concord, Massachusetts. Gigantic windows and a private wine cellar indicate that Garnett loves to class up his downtime.

30. Kenyon Martin – $4 Million (Dalworthington Gardens, Texas)

Kenyon Martin’s house is located in Dalworthington Gardens, Texas. The property features marble floors, a private bowling alley, and a massive swimming pool with classy dolphin statues. The $4 million home is definitely worth it.

31. Rashard Lewis – $5 Million (Winter Park, Florida)

Although Rashard retired from NBA several years ago, he still has an impressive net worth of $155 million. Lewis’s mansion is located in Winter Park, Florida worth around $5 million. The home was built in the Spanish style, featuring 9,000 square feet of space. Of course, Lewis can afford it without applying for a home loan.

32. J.J. Redick – $5 Million (Austin, Texas)

Redick, who has one of the NBA’s smoothest jumpers, likes to hone it at his Austin, Texas villa during the offseason. This 10,000-square-foot property was built in French style and boasts giant doors and arched features. It can be yours for a simple $5 million mortgage.

33. Kristaps Porzingis – Price Undisclosed (Midtown West, New York)

Porzingis might be new to the NBA, but he is already an old stager at managing his wealth. Porzingis currently rents a penthouse in Midtown West for just $8,000 per month. The building, sitting on 70,000-square-feet premises, features multiple swimming pools, a private gym, and a featured basketball court.

34. Ray Allen – $8 Million (Miami Beach, Florida)

Allen officially retired in 2016 and has earned about $180 million in salary alone during his 15-year career in the NBA. Now he gets some time to relax at home and enjoy the fruit of his labor. Allen’s incredible home is located in Miami Beach, and it reportedly cost nearly $50,000 per month to rent. The house has an elevator, a custom pool, a private beach, and a priceless view of the Biscayne Bay. Not bad for a rental.

35. Danny Granger – $3.7 Million (Hollywood Hills, California)

While Granger went from superstar to afterthought in the NBA, his bank account kept cashing checks. Granger’s mansion lies in Hollywood Hills, California, which features floor to ceiling glass walls and a view to die for. Well, the estate is valued at around $3.7 million.

36. Gilbert Arenas – $2.5 Million (Great Falls, Washington)

Gilbert probably spent more time on Instagram than playing basketball in this house. But considering that he did it in this gorgeous palace, we can’t blame him. It was Gilbert’s home when he played for the Washington Wizards. The house features 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, as well as a private shark tank. 

37. LaMarcus Aldridge – $1.6 Million (Southlake, Texas)

A big man in the NBA definitely deserves a big house. This mansion is located in Southlake, Texas, and Aldridge bought it back in 2012. The home covers an acre of land and has nearly 7,000 square feet of living space. It boasts a custom swimming pool with waterfalls and master crafted flagstones.

38. Deron Williams – $15.8 Million (Manhattan, New York)

The three-time NBA All-Star is currently pulling down almost $10 million per season. He owns a luxurious house in Manhattan, New York, which features vaulted ceilings, gigantic window fixtures, and a scenic view of the New York skyline.

39. Antoine Walker – $1.79 Million (Tinley Park, Illinois)

Three-time NBA All-Star Antoine Walker has gone through ups and downs both personally and professionally. Unfortunately, some of his bad luck has lead to financial difficulties. His Tinley Park, Ill home fell into foreclosure. The house comes with 9 bedrooms and bathrooms, marble floors, a basketball court and other luxurious finishes throughout.

40. Tony Parker – Price Undisclosed (Texas, San Antonio)

The four-time NBA champion doesn’t have a typical NBA style mansion. He and his wife Axelle Francine, along with their two sons, live in a house that looks more like a villa. It has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a video arcade, an indoor basketball court, and a theater room with life-sized statues of the Iron Man and Hulk.

41. Luol Deng – $4.6 Million (Miami, South Florida)

NBA Player Luol Deng bought this beautiful house in 2014 after he joined the Miami Heat. The abode boasts more than 100 feet of direct waterfront access on Biscayne Bay. Another standout features of the property include a separate two-story guesthouse and a large covered patio area.

42. Kirk Hinrich – $4.5 Million (Bannockburn, Illinois)

Former NBA player Kirk Hinrich has earned around $72 million over his 13-year basketball career and spent $4.5 million on a 9,000-square-foot house in Bannockburn, IL. As you can clearly see, this mansion is an impressive monstrosity. It features 9 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a 6-car garage, and an indoor elevator.

43. Jason Kidd – $6.0 Million (Water Mill, New York)

Jason Kidd bought this home back in 2011 when he was playing for the Dallas Mavericks. The house features a 7,800-square-foot main house with a finished lower level, which has a popcorn machine and a snow-cone maker, as well as a 1250-square-foot carriage house, a pool house, a tennis pavilion, and a basketball court.

44. Anthony Davis, $7.5 Million (Los Angeles, California)

Most recently, the six-time NBA All-star just scored a $7.5 million home in Westlake Village, Los Angeles, California. Davis’ new mansion comes complete with a home theater, a gym, an infinity pool with water slides, an outdoor kitchen, a guest house with its own bar and, of course, an indoor basketball court.

45. Amar’e Stoudemire – $3.7 Million (Southwest Ranches, Florida)

The 6-time NBA All-Star squandered $3.7 million on a custom house in Florida several years ago. The property features soaring ceilings that can accommodate the 6-foot-11 Stoudemire and his tall teammates, 2 bars, a summer kitchen, a heated pool, and a 9-car garage.

46. Mike Miller – $9.0 Million (Pompano Beach, Florida)

Mike Miller’s Pompano Beach house has unparalleled views of the Atlantic and a private dock offering access to Hillsboro Bay. It also has soaring ceilings, marble floors, and a master bedroom with two master baths.

47. Corey Maggette, $3 Million (Newport Coast, California)

After playing 14 seasons in the NBA, Maggette decided to call it quits. He now works as an analyst for Fox Sports. His house in Newport Coast, California comes with 5 bedrooms, 5 and a half bathrooms, and beautiful canyon views.

48. Larry Bird, $875K (Naples, Florida)

Former NBA Legend Larry Bird and his wife, Dinah, spent $875,000 on a house in Naples, Florida in 1998, and then tore it down and built a new home in 2001. Overlooking Venetian Bay, the residence captures spectacular views. The highlights about the abode include nearly 6,000 square feet of living space, a saltwater aquarium behind a full-service bar, state-of-the-art home theater, a four-car garage, and an infinity-edge pool.

49. Kawhi Leonard, $13.3 Million (San Diego, California)

The NBA All-Star has $40 million wealth to show off. He just snapped up a $13.3 million property in the exclusive San Diego County in California. The 13,000-square-foot estate features 7 bedrooms, 10.5 bathrooms, a dry bar, a home theater, a gourmet kitchen, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. Well, the most impressive thing of the house is its massive multi-section pool.

50. O.J. Mayo, $1.8 Million (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

Back in 2013, the former Milwaukee Bucks player bought this 9,000-square-foot mansion for 1.8 million. The house boasts 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a wood-paneled library, a home theater, a bar, and an unparallel yard. Sadly, the property went under foreclosure because Mayo couldn’t pay off his loan to the U.S. Bank.

51. Tristan Thompson, $1.9 Million (Bratenahl, Ohio)

Tristan Thompson has made a name for himself due to his standout basketball skills, but he is more famous for his headline-making relationship with Khloe Kardashian. Thompson has put down roots with a $1.9 million house in Bratenahl, Ohio. Overlooking Lake Erie, the 6,424-square-foot home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a nanny suite. Thompson, Kardashian, and their daughter True Thompson were reportedly living here until the couple decided to separate in early 2019.

52. Kyle Korver, $1.5 Million (Santa Barbara, California)

Sharpshooter Kyle Korver and his wife Juliet bought a foothill retreat in the coastal city for $1.5 million in 2012. The 2,769-square-foot abode sits on 1.54 acres and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, perfect for Korver to relax in after intensive games.

53. Avery Johnson, $6.995 Million (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Former NBA champion Johnson was once the proud owner of a $6,995,000 house in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 2-story estate has all the amenities you can imagine, including 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, game and theater rooms, a climatized wine grotto, a private gated entry with a gracious motor court, a full basketball/sport court, as well as a pool.

54. Manu Ginobili, $2 Million (San Antonio, Texas)

On the court, Manu Ginobili spent his entire 16-year basketball career with the San Antonio Spurs. Off the court, he loved to relax in his Mediterranean-style villa in San Antonio, Texas, which features a large pool, a wine cellar, and gorgeous landscaping.

55. Sean Elliott, $3.5 Million (San Antonio, Texas)

After playing for the San Antonio Spurs for 10 seasons, the basketball great decided to retire from the game. Meanwhile, he also wanted to say goodbye to his San Antonio home and listed it at $3.5 million. This Spanish-style property has everything you need to live like an NBA star. It features a wine cellar, a large dining room, a par-3 golf course, an infinity pool, and a basketball court.

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