Chris Bosh Owns Two of the Top Three Most Expensive Homes in the NBA

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Chris Bosh may not be the league's most valuable player, but he does own the NBA's most valuable real estate portfolio. Not only is Bosh's North Bay Road home on Miami Beach the most expensive home owned by a current player, but he also owns a home in California that is the third most expensive.

LeBron James and Dwayne Wade aren't that far behind. They also own the fourth and fifth most expensive homes in the league, meaning that the Heat's Big Three own four of the NBA's five most expensive homes.

The data comes from HoopsHype. In case you're wondering, it's Kobe Bryant filling out the top five with his California mansion coming in at second.

Here's a look at Bosh's Touzet Studio-designed Miami Beach mansion. He bought the home back in 2010 shortly after signing with the Heat for a cool $12.5 million, almost $3 million more than Bryant paid for his second-place home.

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You can see more photos of the home as it was before Bosh moved in here: A Look Inside Chris Bosh's New Miami Beach Mansion.

Here's the $9.4 million mansion Bosh owns in Pacific Palisades, California. He bought the home in 2012, but, according to a Realtor.com report, he's renting the resort-style pad out for $45,000-a-month.

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LeBron James' Coconut Grove home is the fourth most expensive in the league. He bought it in 2010 for $9 million. With 12,178 square feet of living space, the manse features six bedroom and eight-and-half baths. It includes a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, paneled library, home bar, glass-tiled infinity pool, an 8-foot crystal chandelier, and a guest house.

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You can see more photos of the home before he moved in here: Pictures of LeBron James' New $9 Million Coconut Grove Mansion.

Though it was reported back in 2010 that Wade bought his La Gorce Isle home for $10.6 million (which would have made it the second most expensive), HoopsHype says it's only worth $8.9 million. The home is just blocks away from Bosh's place.

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Of course, you can see more pre-sale pics of the home here: Pictures of Dwyane Wade's New $10.6 Million Miami Beach Mansion

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Sopa Gonzalezjr
Sopa Gonzalezjr

love the pool......hiw about a swim......wizh two college white hoes...u go boyee...make sure u have ur monitors on tho...they want the mula

John John Pheno Menon
John John Pheno Menon

Homes go up in price. In business class, those are called investments. Investments go up in price as the home appreciates. When you make more than you paid for the investment, that is called profit. Profit is the money made on an investment that can be reinvested into another investment. Business 101

Angel Acevedo
Angel Acevedo

Of course, I mean he must've made a buck load after Jurassic Park.

Joey Glez
Joey Glez

Who cares about that independent rapper

Kyle Awon
Kyle Awon

bye james, way to live in the past

James Fleming
James Fleming

Sad to see how far Miami has declined in what makes news since the days when South Beach attracted real talent, like Versace, Stallone, Madonna, Cher, Europeans and others. Glad we left in 98!

Philip A. Basilone
Philip A. Basilone

Jay calm down homie you acting like tech9 is breaking you off with bread, dont worry they will post it

Jay Udell
Jay Udell

#1 Independent Rapper In the World!!

Jay Udell
Jay Udell

How about you post about something important like Tech N9ne coming back to South Florida after a two year hiatus

rickroller
rickroller

Was this supposed to be some type of insult?

HarryTheHandyman
HarryTheHandyman topcommenter

Rest assured that they'll get to that in a few weeks after they chronicle the life and times of stray cats.

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