Bosh houseChris Bosh is staying in Miami for five more years, and he has apparently decided that he no longer needs to own a ridiculous mansion in California on spec.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Bosh has put his Pacific Palisades mansion on the market for $14.5 million. Here is some of what you get for a home that costs as much as one season of Roy Hibbert:

Bosh purchased the property for $9.4 million in 2012, so his asking price would represent a tidy profit.

Don’t cry for Bosh’s potential dive into a smaller abode – this is actually only his second best home, with another in Miami Beach that he purchased in 2010 for $12.3 million. He also has a 4,200-square-foot condo in Dallas worth $3 million.

There’s a non-zero chance, given all these holdings, that Bosh also just has a vault full of gold coins that he swims in.

Chris Bosh joins Kobe Bryant as the only players to own two of the ten most expensive estates in the NBA. In addition to his Miami home, Bosh is also the titleholder on a quaint beach-front estate on the Pacific coast worth mere pennies. Or rather, a mere 900 million pennies.

The remainder of the top-ten is filled with other notable NBA stars, including the Heat’s LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul, Dallas forward Dirk Nowitzki, Houston center Dwight Howard and Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce.

It’s worth noting that Bosh’s Miami property is the only 10-figure estate in the NBA. In fact, the total price of his two homes, $21.3 million, is higher than the combined prices of the homes of teammates LeBron James ($9 million) and Dwyane Wade ($9 million).

It seems when it comes to their homes, it’s not a “big-three” in Miami. It’s Chris Bosh and the little two.


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