Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James passes the ball against the Brooklyn Nets.
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It must be nice to be one LeBron James right now. The NBA superstar is looking to win the fourth title of his career as King James’ Los Angeles Lakers take on the Miami Heat in the 2020 NBA Finals.

Off the court, James as amassed a net worth in the hundreds of millions. He’s an icon in Cleveland, Miami and Southern California. One of the primary reasons James decided to depart Ohio for the bright lights of Hollywood was to help build a film career. Much like everything James has touched during his adult life, that’s turned to gold.

James is now cashing in on this big time.

LeBron James buy Beverly Hills mansion for nearly $37 million

According to The Real Deal, James purchased the mansion from the estate of “The Bold and the Beautiful” co-creator Lee Phillip Bell, who passed away earlier this year at the age of 91.

The property is something else.

The views

  • Overlooks the Pacific Ocean
  • Downtown Los Angeles
  • Santa Monica Mountains

The amenities

  • 13,500 square-foot property
  • 2.5-acre plot
  • Seven fireplaces
  • Two separate detached houses
  • A pool house with two bathrooms (where’s Kato Kaelin when you need him?)
  • Lighted tennis court
  • Screening room
  • Eight bathrooms
  • Private pool
  • Wine cellar
  • Game room
  • Gym

That’s just a few of the absolutely amazing details, as provided by Zillow.com.

James’ success off the court has afforded him the ability to live this life of luxury. Here’s a guy who has earned a lot of his fortune from creating the production company SpringHill Entertainment and media company Uninterrupted. He has also franchised 15 different Blaze Pizza locations.

Vincent Frank
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