The Most Expensive Homes in the NBA

Chris Bosh takes first place, followed by Kobe Bryant. Oh, and Chris Bosh gets third place, too.

Chris Bosh photo by: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images
Kobe Bryant photo by: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images Sports/Getty Images

Do the Miami Heat win at everything? Heat players take four of the top five spots on's list of most expensive homes in the NBA. Check it out: 

  • #1: Chris Bosh (Florida) $12,333,000 
  • #2: Kobe Bryant (California) $9,450,000 
  • #3: Chris Bosh (California) $9,400,000 
  • #4: LeBron James (Florida) $9,000,000 
  • #5: Dwyane Wade (Florida) $8,900,000 

Florida and California are the two most popular states for NBA home ownership. A total of 25 players own homes in Florida and 24 in California. Coming in a distant third, 15 ballers own homes in Texas. 

Topping the list, Chris Bosh paid $12.5 million for his sprawling 12,000-square-foot home on North Bay Road in Miami Beach. That's nearly $3 million more than Kobe Bryant's California mansion (he has two). 

Coming in at No. 6 is Kobe Bryant again. He's selling his Newport Coast Mediterranean-style home for $8.599 million. It has every amenity you can imagine, including a shark tank in the library. Take a tour of his California pad (sadly no photos of the shark tank). 

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