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LeBron James renovates his $23 million Brentwood mansion with home movie theater, basketball court

LeBron James renovates his already very lavish mansion in Brentwood, Los Angeles

LeBron James renovates his already very lavish mansion in Brentwood, Los Angeles.

The Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player bought the 15,846 square foot home back in December for $23 million, according to TMZ.   

The stately home already came with a theater room, wine cellar, cigar room with air purifying technology and an onyx bar.

However, the 33-year-old star NBA player is now adding a basketball court, indoor wine tap, and is also planning to get a pizza oven.

The basketball champion spends his offseasons in Los Angeles. It has been reported that the permits and labor cost at least $70k. 

He has said several times since coming home in 2014 that he wants to retire with the Cavaliers, but fans are uneasy because he can opt out of his $35.6 million contract this summer and test free agency. And, of course, he left in 2010.

James has said he’ll sit down after the season ends to decide next move, and he’s already being courted in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and New York where fans can only dream of him joining their rosters. For now, he’s only going to Boston.

The Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player bought the 15,846 square foot home back in December for $23 million

The Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player bought the 15,846 square foot home back in December for $23 million

The stately home already came with a theater room, wine cellar, cigar room with air purifying technology and an onyx bar

The stately home already came with a theater room, wine cellar, cigar room with air purifying technology and an onyx bar

The stately home already came with a theater room, wine cellar, cigar room with air purifying technology and an onyx bar

However, the 33-year-old star NBA player is now adding a basketball court, indoor wine tap, and is also planning to get a pizza oven

However, the 33-year-old star NBA player is now adding a basketball court, indoor wine tap, and is also planning to get a pizza oven

The basketball champion spends his offseasons in Los Angeles. It has been reported that the permits and labor cost at least $70k

The basketball champion spends his offseasons in Los Angeles. It has been reported that the permits and labor cost at least $70k

The basketball champion spends his offseasons in Los Angeles. It has been reported that the permits and labor cost at least $70k



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