The Los Angeles Lakers are currently preparing to travel to Walt Disney World, where they will compete in the NBA’s restart operation amid the coronavirus pandemic later this month. It goes without saying that this will be a defining moment of Le Bron James’ career, as he will be looking to add a fourth championship to his resume.
However, it seems that James had some real estate business to attend to before he’s back dominating on the court. Per reports, the three-time Finals MVP purchased a $39 million, 13,000-square-foot (!) mansion in Beverly Hills.
For all of those wondering what sort of amenities the mansion comes with, Darren Rovell of the Action Network has you covered. Let’s just say that if Le Bron wanted to keep himself warm, he could choose a different spot for each day of the week. That’s right, folks, the house has SEVEN fireplaces.
Additionally, there’s a lighted tennis court, a pool house that comes with two baths, and a lavish screening room where James can dissect film and watch movies with the family.
There’s a laundry list of luxuries throughout this mansion, and it’s fair to say that LeBron has earned them all. If nothing else, this purchase confirms that the 16-time All-Star is keen on finishing his playing career in Los Angeles.
We are unsure if LeBron James would move in here, leaving behind his Brentwood mansion. Nevertheless, the NBA icon has tons of dollars at his disposal and this is one way how he spends his millions. Investing in real estate seems to be a liking for the King from what we have seen from this purchase and the rumored acquisition of a mansion in Hollywood Hills.