James recently moved into his new luxurious home that boasts of four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces, a viewing room, a tennis court with lights, and a pool house equipped with two bathrooms. While it was listed online for a whopping $39 million in Beverly Hills, the actual amount paid by the 35-year-old basketball superstar remains undisclosed.
Back in 1934, a majestic house was erected. Nestled on a hill, it sits on 2.5 acres of land and boasts breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles, the ocean, and the Santa Monica Mountains. A long driveway leads up to a motor court and patio, adding to its grandeur. The property was owned by Lee Phillip Bell, the creative mind behind the iconic soap operas The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful.
The house boasts a spacious 9,146 square feet of living space and features four bedrooms and eight bathrooms, as well as two additional bedrooms perfect for relaxation or entertainment. Recently, sports business writer Darren Rovell shared pictures of the luxurious property on Twitter, revealing skylights, indoor fountains, and glass sliders that offer stunning city views. While this new acquisition is impressive, it’s not LeBron James’ only property in Brentwood. He purchased another lavish home for a whopping $23 million a year before he joined the Los Angeles Lakers. This stunning two-story property features eight bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms, a lift, a home theater, a wine cellar, and even an exclusive room for smoking cigars. Furthermore, the NBA legend also owns a spacious 9,440-square-foot house in Brentwood with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a formal dining room, a pool, a cabana, and a deck. With these incredible homes at his disposal, it’s clear that LeBron James is living the life of luxury.
The basketball superstar, who has been named the Most Valuable Player of the League four times, played a crucial role in leading his team to victory in the western conference. Their first-round playoff match is against the Portland Trail Blazers. This marks the Lakers’ return to the playoffs after Kobe Bryant led them in the 2012-2013 season. Having clinched three NBA championships, 15 All-Star team selections, and a position as the third highest scorer in NBA history, James is focused on bringing the coveted NBA championship back to the city of Los Angeles for the first time since 2010.
Malik Beasley of the Lakers sends a strong message to the entire NBA after sweeping the WCF. The Lakers were out of the NBA Playoffs when they lost Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Denver Nuggets, with a score of 113-111 on Monday. Despite winning their last two series without home court advantage, the Lakers could not make it this time.
The Lakers had a tough start to the season with a 2-10 record, but they made some game-changing moves at the trade deadline which helped them turn things around after the All-Star break. While many have speculated about the possibility of LeBron James joining the team, one Laker player believes that the current lineup is good enough to win a championship. According to The Athletic’s Jovan Buha, the Lakers acquired Malik Beasley at the trade deadline and after going through a full training camp, Beasley feels confident in the team’s ability to succeed. Beasley was part of a deal that involved three teams and was sent to the Lakers along with Jarred Vanderbilt and D’Angelo Russell. Following the All-Star break, the Lakers went on a 16-7 run and quickly moved up the standings to secure a spot in the play-in game. Had this team played together from the beginning of the season, it’s possible that they would have had a better record and finished higher in the Western Conference standings. Since joining the Lakers, Beasley has averaged 11.1 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game. While the Lakers were hoping for him to be a reliable shooter, he struggled to make shots and ultimately lost his starting spot. Due to this, he did not play at all during the NBA Playoffs. Despite this setback, the Lakers remain hopeful and determined to build upon their current roster in pursuit of a championship.