Chris Bosh has the most expensive homes in NBA

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Updated: March 28, 2014

For signing with the Heat in 2010 Chris Bosh sacrificed over $15 million for the rest of his contract but this was not a problem for his Luxurious Life Style. According to Hoops Hype  Chris Bosh has the most expensive homes in NBA. His home is worth more than $3 million in comparison with Kobe Bryant’s Hollywood mansion. We are talking about a $12.5 million property in Florida.

Chris Bosh has the most expensive homes in NBA

Very interesting was that Ira Winderman of Sun Sentinel was talking with Chris about putting his mansion on the market for sale. “Last June he wanted to sale his mansion with a high price but later this was denied by his wife Adrienne. She is waiting their second child and this is the reason they don’t want to move to a new place. They said that this decision wasn’t made only by Chris but by the whole family.

Chris Bosh has the most expensive homes in NBA

Another interesting part is that Bosh is qualified twice on the list of NBA players who own the most expensive cribs. He also owns a crib in California which is the third most expensive house on this list. Here there is a table with the NBA players who own the most expensive homes.

 

PLAYER PRICE STATE
Chris Bosh(MIA) $12.50 million FL
Kobe Bryant (LAL) $9.40 million CA
Chris Bosh (MIA) $9.30 million CA
LeBron James (MIA) $9.00 million FL
Dwyane Wade (MIA) $8.90 million FL
Kobe Bryant (LAL) $8.60 million CA
Chris Paul (LAC) $8.50 million CA
Dirk Nowitzki (DAL) $8.00 million TX
Dwight Howard (HOU) $7.80 million FL

 

As you can notice from this table the favorite places of the elite NBA players are Florida and California. From the statistic twenty-five players made their home in Florida and twenty- four in California. Texas came third with 15 players living there.

 

 

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