Imagine you singed some ridiculous $150 million NBA contract and needed a house. Where would you buy? How many square feet would you need? Would you install air conditioning in the dog’s house? Would you personalize the bottom of your pool?
These are serious questions your favorite NBA all star has to answer.
12,000 square feet seems to be just the correct amount of space for most of these guys. Chris Paul is just 6-0, but has 12,184 to spread out. Chris Bostrich, 6-11, has this California mansion with over 10,000 sq. ft.
What can LeBron afford on South Beach after making over $100 million in salary during his career? Look inside, below.
Player: Chris Bosh House Specs: 6 bed., 8 bath; 10,755 sq. ft. Status: For Rent
Player: Tony Parker House Specs: 5 bed, 4.5 bath; 4,556 sq. ft. Status: For Sale
Player: Chris Paul House Specs: 8 bed, 10.5 bath; 12,184 sq. ft. Status: Lives in it
Player: LeBron James House Specs: Wine cellar, guesthouse, views! Status: Lives in it
Player: Dwyane Wade House Specs: 6-bedroom, 12,000 sq. ft. Status: Lives in it
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