The Los Angeles Lakers are currently preparing to travel to the world of Walt Disney, where they will compete to restart the NBA against the backdrop of a coronavirus pandemic later this month.
It goes without saying that this will be a defining moment in Lebron James' career, as he will seek to add a fourth championship to his resume.
It seems, however, that James had some real estate business to deal with before he returned to dominate the court. The three-time MVP finalist reportedly bought a 13,000 square foot (!) mansion in Beverly Hills for $39 million.
For all those who wonder what amenities are in the mansion, Darren Rovell from Action Network has covered you. Let's say that if Lebron wanted to warm up, he could choose another place for each day of the week. That's right, guys, the house has seven fireplaces.
There's also a lighted tennis court, a pool house with two baths and a luxurious cinema hall where James can dissect a film and watch movies with his family.
There is a whole list of luxury goods in this mansion, and it is fair to say that Lebron deserves them all. In any case, this purchase confirms that the 16-time All-Star wants to end his gaming career in Los Angeles.