The NBA is the best basketball league in the world because it’s where great stars like LeBron James, Stephen Curry… or Kyrie Irving is. The Australian basketball player naturalized to America won the championship title with his first team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, in 2016. The current Brooklyn Nets player spent six seasons with the Ohio team and, as a result, acquired a luxurious mansion in Cleveland.
Kyrie Irving sold this property shortly after leaving the Cavaliers for Boston to play for his former team, the Celtics. He ultimately completed the sale for just under $2 million. If you want to know all the interesting details hidden in this house, read on home hides, and continue reading.
Kyrie Irving’s mansion in Cleveland
It is a property of approximately 510 square meters, so it was a large house with four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Its exterior areas could be more interesting, but its interior is full of curiosities. The first of these is a private indoor basketball court, which is not at all conventional since the floor is carpeted and there is only one basket. There is also a fireplace in this space, which is also quite unusual.
Kyrie Irving also enjoyed several plays at an exclusive theater inside his home. The floor of this room is also carpeted, and there are no seats, so the spectators have to sit on the floor. In addition, the Australian basketball player could also enjoy a private cinema that included a relatively large screen and five high-quality leather seats. As the last remarkable rooms, we have to mention his bedroom-dressing room, with shelves made entirely of high-quality wood, and his private discotheque, with its ball and space for dancing.
When Kyrie Irving bought this home in the United States
Kyrie Irving was selected in the first round of the 2011 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers, a team he played for until 2017. Three years after being selected, he acquired this property for $800,000, making money on its subsequent sale. This is because the Australian player naturalized to American and made a series of reforms in the house to make it to his liking, including some of the particular rooms that we have analyzed in the previous section.