Inside the Baller Pads of NBA Stars

Check out the extravagant homes of some NBA superstars.

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Former Atlanta Hawk Joe Johnson has moved on to the the Brooklyn Nets. In his wake, Johnson leaves behind a gorgeous Atlanta, Georgia mansion, which the baller has listed for $4.7 million, reports Click through the gallery to take a tour of Johnson's baller pad and more homes of NBA superstars.
The grand estate features eight bedrooms, 10 baths, rooms boasting multiple flat screens, a full service barbershop and salon, and a top-line recording studio, since that's what all basketball players need, right?
The pricey pad features a modern minimalist interior design with tons of enviable amenities. Here's a view of the stunning dining room where Johnson dined during his tenure with the Hawks that lasted from 2005-2012.
Johnson's living room boasts tons of sunlight that streams in through the paned glass windows. The Atlanta spread measures a ridiculously large 13,800 square feet and sits on one acre of land.
The lavish nature of Johnson's house spans to the bathrooms as well. There are a whopping 10 baths in this huge home.
Here's a view of one of the eight bedrooms in the home.
A view of the NBA star's kitchen that comes with some pretty tall ceilings, ideal for a six foot-seven inch ball player.
A sweeping view of the informal breakfast area and kitchen. With close to 14,000 square feet of interior living space it should come as no surprise that the gigantic house features two, equally impressive, dining spaces.
And let the public listing photos of all the high end amenities begin. To start with, Johnson's spread features a home theater room. This is in addition to the bevy of flat screens situated throughout the rest of the two-story abode.
Why have one flat screen when you can have five? So goes Johnson's logic as he's installed five flat screen televisions in the media/family room. We wonder how many of those screens displayed basketball games during the season.
Adjacent to the wall of flat screens is this swanky bar area.
A view of the curved sitting space, which provides enough room for the lanky Johnson to sprawl out upon.
Here's a view of the master bedroom, which reports includes three televisions.
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Danny Granger of the Indiana Pacers recently scooped up a Hollywood Hills pad thanks to screenwriter Kevin Williams. Williams, who is most famous for the "Scream" flicks, sold his home to the NBA baller for $3.715 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Click through the gallery to take a tour of this celeb-friendly property.
The baller pad is located in the Hollywood Hills and spans over 5,100 square feet.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the seller of the home is "Scream" series screenwriter Kevin Williams who bought the contemporary spread in 2003 for $3.1 million.
The home has tons of outdoor entertainment space, which is fitting for such a chic pad where we imagine a bevy of Hollywood parties have been thrown.
At six-foot-eight, Granger is bound to love the high ceilings throughout the home. Here's a view of the formal dining room, which features a wall of glass that opens to the sun-drenched terrace.
The house boasts three expansive terraces, including this one that comes with wraparound seating and sweeping views.
Inside, the chic home boasts large entertainment spaces, many with towering windows that frame the city views.
A view of Granger' wooden kitchen.
Adjacent to the kitchen is this breakfast area, though taking breakfast out on the terrace seems much more ideal.
Here's a look at Granger's family room, which features a fireplace.
A view down at the geometric shaped pool. The large pool comes with an equally large pool deck and impressive views.
Of course, Williams' former home would host a private theater. While Williams likely previews films he's working on, we're guessing Granger will preview footage of his games.
Mix a drink or make some popcorn at the bar area just outside the theatre.
Granger's new baller pad features a total of four bedrooms and 5.5 baths. After the off-season ends, he'll never want to return to Indiana after living in this sweet abode.
A view of the home office, which features a wall of wooden built-ins.
The master bedroom is certainly impressive with its walls of windows and gorgeous views. However, does the bedspread make you want to "Scream"?
Talk about luxury. Take a look at this incredible bathroom, which features not only a ton of space, but also tons of high end amenities.
The only thing that rivals the master bath in the master suite is this gigantic walk-in closet that requires a ladder to reach the highest shelves.
Although the property doesn't come with a basketball court, Granger is sure to make use of this home fitness center, which also comes with its own sauna.
A view of the expansive pool deck and outdoor entertainment space.
The lavish pad comes with this separate professional bar that is meant just for the swimmers.
LaMarcus Aldridge of the Portland Trail Blazers has listed his sprawling Southlake, Texas home for $1.749, according to Aldridge, a native of Dallas, shelled out $1.64 million for the crib in 2011. Check out the home he flipped back onto the market.
A view of Aldridge's expansive mansion. reports that the NBA star is no stranger to unloading real estate. He reportedly put his Lake Oswego, Oregon home up for sale in 2009, and another in Irving, Texas on the market last year.
Here's a look at Aldridge's gourmet kitchen. The Texas home offers close to 7,000 square feet of living space.
A view of the family room, which boasts a fireplace, an incredibly large couch, and a super big flat screen television to boot.
This is clearly the baller's home office where posters and memorabilia line the wall and shelves.
The 2007 home includes five bedrooms. Here's a look at the master suite, which includes a private fireplace and beverage station--you never know when you'll need a drink!
A view of the posh master bathroom. Aldridge's home features five full and two partial baths.
The two-story abode even comes with a billiards/game room.
Set in the same room is a poker table. Aldridge has to keep himself occupied during the off season somehow.
A view of the home theater. Aldridge must be a fan of warm tones with the gold, red and dark wood colors running throughout the spread.
A look at one of the extra bedrooms in the pad.
Aldridge's backyard is sure impressive with its flagstone-lined patio, fire pit, and loggia.
Here's a sweeping view of the backyard, which also comes with a free-form swimming pool and spa, as well as a play area for the kiddos.
Retired San Antonio Spurs baller Sean Elliott recently listed his swanky abode for close to $4 million, reports Elliott's home features five bedrooms, six baths, a grand Spanish mission-style aesthetic, and outdoor features like ponds, bridges, and waterfalls. Throughout Elliott's pad you'll also find soaring ceilings, which is ideal for a super-sized baller like the former Spurs star.
Elliott's expansive pad, which sits on 4.70 acres, is less than ten years old. The official listing proclaims that even though it's a "modern day palace" the house comes with tons of "classic old world beauty."
There are tons of fun outdoor amenities included in the home, such as numerous courtyards, ponds, bridges, waterfalls, and a swimming pool.
A view of the waterfall on the charming property. The official list price of the crib is $3,999,900, which is basically $4 million in our book.
Elliott's home measures over 9,100 square feet and comes with a grand living room, complete with coffered ceiling, chandelier and a fireplace.
Here's a look at the palatial front entryway. Take a look at that artistic vaulted ceiling!
The interior is just as impressive as the exterior. Here is a look at the home's gigantic wine room.
There are five bedrooms throughout Elliott's spread.
A view of the master bathroom. Marble, hardwood, and stones materials run throughout.
In addition to this posh swimming pool (where any person in his right mind would spend the majority of his time), the property includes a bell tower that reportedly dishes out impressive views all the way to the city.
A look at the outdoor dining terrace in the San Antonio home.
The kitchen, which is outfitted in a moss green color, comes with a colorful tile backsplash.
Another view of Elliott's enviable kitchen.
A view of one of the additional bedrooms in the baller pad.
Jason Terry of the Dallas Mavericks has listed his Atlanta home. According to, the NBA champ is looking to fetch $1.89 million for the seven-bedroom estate. Click through to see more photos of the lavish pad.
A view of the brick facade of Terry's Atlanta crib. The home itself was built fairly recently in 2000, which is a year after Terry entered the NBA with the Atlanta Hawks.
The home comes with a bevy of sweet amenities. Here's one of the more "mundane" features of the home, a formal dining room.
A view of the living room in the 6,300-plus square-foot pad. There are seven bedrooms and 10 baths in the Atlanta home.
The chef's kitchen opens up to the family room, which boasts a vaulted ceiling and fireplace.
A look at the chef's kitchen that comes with a breakfast bar, large center island, and wooden cabinetry.
Here's a closer look at the home's family room. Terry originally was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks and played in the ATL for five years. Even though Terry hasn't played in Atlanta since 2004, it seems like he's decided (well, up until this public listing) to call the city home.
Terry has received numerous accolades during his tenure in the league so why not convert one of the prime rooms into what dubs a "Pantheon of Basketball Greatness"?
The red room, which features numerous signed and framed jerseys, boasts a wrap around wet bar.
This room is so gigantic you could likely throw a pool table (plus, a few NBA players) in the middle and it would still feel big.
A view of the in-house theater, which looks like it's meant for anyone with an NBA-sized frame.
Now, you don't see this everyday. Terry had his own in-house barber shop and beauty salon installed in his pad. We wonder if he hired full-time employees as well.
Here's a look at the free form pool that also comes with a waterfall.
Terry's swimming pool also boasts what looks to be a sweet water slide.
A view of the covered patio and outdoor fireplace.
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Mike Miller has auctioned off his home, reports Miller previously tried listing his home in November 2011 for $8.995 million. Here's hoping Miller will have better luck at auction than on the open market. Click through to see photos of the pad.
Miller's oceanfront home features a swanky outdoor pool that connects to a marble laden wet bar. The entire outdoor area measures a staggering 2,700 square feet and includes a swim-up wet bar.
Miller, a veteran of the NBA, picked up the pad in October 2010 for $5.4 million after inking a super lucrative five-year, $25 million deal with the Miami Heat. The lot measures .21 acres and offers unobstructed views of the ocean.
The mansion measures close to 10,000 square feet of interior living space and includes marble throughout the luxe spread.
Here's a view of the lavish kitchen.
The NBA forward's home features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a mansion certainly large enough to accommodate his six-foot-eight-inch frame, as well as his wife, three kids, and their menagerie (Miller reportedly owns a bunch of dogs, and even a monkey).
The luxurious home even comes with a private dock that sits right on Hillsboro Bay, as well as other fun features like a wine room, elevator and game parlor.
Take in the views!
It doesn't get more luxurious as a marble wet bar that's connected to the stunning outdoor swimming pool.
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While retired NBA forward Antoine Walker's two former teams faced off in the Eastern Conference Finals, the former NBA player was likely preoccupied with something else: interest in his Tinley Park, Illinois home, which is on the market for $1.79 million. Located on the 18-hole Odyssey Golf Course, Walker's estate features seven bedrooms, 11 baths, and a totally rebuilt basement that had suffered water damage during the foreclosure process.
To put his stamp on this estate, which the former Boston Celtics and Miami Heat star built in 2005, Walker installed a "W" in the center of a courtyard in front of the home.
Backed up against the 18-hold Odyssey Golf Course, Walker's foreclosed home spans 13,000 square feet and sits on .89 acres of land. Tinley Park is located almost 30 miles South of Chicago.
A view of the posh double-height entryway. The retired NBA star features imported and marble wood floors throughout.
There are three custom fireplaces scattered throughout Walker's spread.
Walker originally built this estate for his mom in 2005. It cost him a whopping $4 million to design and build.
Of course, Walker's custom home boasts a basketball court. Would you expect anything less of a player who was a three-time NBA all-star?
Of course, Walker's custom home boasts a basketball court. Would you expect anything less of a player who was a three-time NBA all-star?
During his career from 1996-2008, Walker played for the Boston Celtics, Dallas Mavericks, Atlanta Hawks, Miami Heat, and Minnesota Timberwolves.
Walker's pad features a built-in, gigantic aquarium.
During the foreclosure process, Walker's pad fell victim to major flooding. MACK Companies rebuilt the entire basement and also reconfigured the home, adding a bedroom and media room. Here's a look at the flood damage in the pre-rebuilt stage.
There is a four-car garage attached to the lavish mansion.
A view of the kitchen, which features granite countertops, Sub-Zero kitchen appliances, dark wood cherry cabinetry and a large center island.
The basement was the main area that experienced flood damage. After the flood damage was assessed, renovations to the manse included rebuilding two basement staircases, installing a new basement kitchen, a bedroom, gym, home theater and two new bathrooms.
The master suite boasts dual walk-in closets with full California Closet build out.
The golf course and surrounding manicured landscape are visible from the various terraces throughout the home.
Here's a look at the indoor swimming pool.
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While the Seattle SuperSonics relocated to Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Thunder after the 2007-2008 season, NBA superstar Kevin Durant kept his Seattle-area home, and only listed it on the open market recently, reports After taking a tour of the pad, it's no surprise why Durant, a small forward for the City Thunder, wanted to keep it for his own. Click through the photo gallery to take a peek at the contemporary baller pad.
Durant's home is listed for a cool $2.799 million. According to public records, he bought the sweet abode back in 2007 for $2.85 million.
The All-Star's pad measures close to 6,000 square feet and includes this dramatic entry foyer that opens to the formal dining room.
A view of Durant's formal dining room, which features a wooden coffered ceiling and sleek hardwood floors.
Each floor boasts about 3,000 square feet. Here's a look at the living room--its right off of the home's dining room.
A view of Durant's kitchen that comes with a large center island, fine finishes and wooden cabinetry.
The kitchen opens up to the family room where the NBA star must've enjoyed watching a round of golf or two in his swanky flat screen television.
Durant is only in his fifth season in the NBA, which means that if he continues to play at such a high caliber (in the 2009-2010 season Durant led the NBA in scoring), he'll surely be able to afford homes just as posh as this one.
The Mercer Island spread includes five bedrooms and 5.5 baths, and sits on about .35 acres of land.
A sweeping view of Durant's incredibly spacious master suite.
A view of Durant's theater room, which seems to be paused on "Remember the Titans." The entire house is decked out with an ultramodern A/V and security systems.
Located on Mercer Island, Durant's home sits just 20 minutes southeast of the Sonics' former stadium, Key West Arena.
This outdoor sauna must've been the perfect spot to kick back after a grueling game. And, the flat screen television mounted on the wall surely tempered the disappointment of a loss.
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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul bought the Bel-Air home of pop star Avril Lavigne for $8.495 million, reports the Los Angeles Times. Click through the photo gallery to see photos of the Mediterranean-style mansion.
Avril Lavigne bought the home with then hubby Deryck Whibley in 2007 for $9.5 million.
Avril Lavigne and Deryck Whibley listed their glam Bel-Air mansion in May for $9.5 million. Their divorce was finalized in late 2010. Paul recently scooped up the luxurious abode after only three days in escrow.
A view of the outdoor living space that comes equipped with a flat screen TV and a fireplace.
Many of the rooms on the first floor open directly to the spacious backyard that boasts a spa, swimming pool, and an expansive lawn.
The spectacular digs is located in the super prestigious and gated community of Bel Air Crest. The estate totals over 12,000 square feet of interior living space.
Enjoy the stunning canyon and mountain views from this spectacular backyard.
The Mediterranean-style mansion includes an outdoor kitchen and barbecue area.
A peek at the formal dining room.
A view of the double-height foyer that opens into the spacious living room.
The gourmet kitchen opens to the breakfast and family room. The family room is decked out in large black leather wing-back chairs and includes a carved stone fireplace.
Every true celeb home comes complete with a wine cellar. This one is located in the basement and includes a tasting room with built-in cabinets.
A view of the very large kitchen that boasts wooden cabinetry, a center island, and a breakfast bar.
This expansive garage holds up to ten cars. We're sure Paul has some wheels to fill up this space.
Who says exercise and drinking are mutually exclusive activities? This downstairs room includes fitness facilities and a wet bar.
Even the top floor of the crib boasts stunning canyon views.
A view of one of the eight bedrooms in the home.
Not impressed yet? The home includes a whopping 10.5 bathrooms.
Paul can enjoy a cool California breeze with this double-door balcony. Life is good for this NBA player.
New York Knick power forward and center Amar'e Stoudemire re-listed his luxury eighth-floor condo in Phoenix, Arizona in June of 2011 for $1.375 million, reports Trulia. According to public records, the home is off the market once again. Is there a buyer or is Stoudemire rethinking selling the pad once again?
The sizable unit is likely where the current New York Knick lived while he played for the Phoenix Suns from 2002-2010.
Stoudemire's luxe digs feature a gourmet, eat-in kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry and granite countertops. Since the NBA-star inked a five year deal with the Knicks in 2010, he probably doesn't need this Phoenix condo anymore.
The former Phoenix Sun scooped up the property back in 2004 for $1.775 million, meaning that the lanky athlete is already accepting he'll take a major loss when he finally sells the place.
The 3,000-square-foot apartment boasts sweet views of the city and mountains. The building itself, Esplanade Place, is a full service luxury building with round-the-clock security and other high-end amenities available only to building residents.
The unit features 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. This isn't the only property Stoudemire listed last year. Just a few months before, he put his swanky Miami Beach crib on the market, which sold in August 2011 for $5.2 million.
Unfortunately for Stoudemire, it's looking like unloading this pad won't be as easy as selling his posh Miami Beach unit. The Knicks power forward has had this apartment on and off the market since February 2008.
A view of the luxe rooftop swimming pool is available to all residents of Esplanade Place.
Other building amenities include a clubroom/party room with a catering kitchen, and a conference room, but sadly, no basketball court or workout facilities, which is perhaps one reason Stoudemire decided to move on.
What is an NBA player supposed to do during a lockout? Buy a brand new house, of course! Former L.A. Clipper and current Charlotte Bobcat forward Corey Maggette did just that: He scooped up a $3 million mansion located in the super prestigious Pelican Heights neighborhood on the Newport Coast, reports the Los Angeles Times.
A look at Maggette's new double-height grand entryway that features an imposing staircase and luxe chandelier.
The 13,000-square-foot gated mansion features a gourmet kitchen and limestone countertops.
Even though Maggette hasn't played for the Clippers since 2008, he apparently still loves the SoCal area. In fact, Maggette joins other NBA players who have bought homes in this Orange County community.
The Mediterranean-style residence includes a living room with a fireplace.
The lavish family room boasts custom-beamed and sea grass ceilings and very tall ceilings so the lanky Maggette won't feel too claustrophobic.
A view of the formal dining room where Maggette can host his NBA neighbors who reportedly include Kobe Bryant.
A look at the hoopster's new office space.
A reverse view of the first-floor living room that opens up to the expansive backyard.
The large master suite features a spacious sitting room. According to the OC Register, Maggette took out a $2 million mortgage on the $3 million purchase.
A view of the high-end marble master bathroom that features a steam shower and a large tub.
This jungle-themed kids room may just be the coolest we've seen.
A view of the awesome entertainment pavilion, which is surrounded by an expansive lawn.
Entertaining just got so much easier (and more fun!) with this built-in barbecue.
The luxe gated complex features an Olympic-sized pool.
If Maggette is looking to fine tune his basketball skills during this lockout, he can head on over to the community basketball courts where he's sure to find a few competitors wishing to take on a real NBA player.
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