Game one of the NBA Finals starts tonight and we’re wondering … whose house has what it takes to take home the Larry O’Brien trophy?
The NBA finals start tonight, which means the highly anticipated rematch of last years finals, between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.Tonight, Golden State is defending their title and with Stephen Curry leading the charge, they seem unstoppable. But, the Cavaliers are ready for a rematch and they have Kyrie Irving backing them up. With the first game tonight, we thought we’d take a quick look inside the homes of these two basketball stars. And check back in each night of the NBA finals to see which all star has the coolest crib.
You tell us… which one of these players’ houses gets a higher score?
Located: Walnut Creek, CA
Size: 7,520 square feet
Purchased: Nov 2, 2015 for $3,200,000
Stephen Curry’s house is situated in Walnut Creek in San Francisco’s East Bay. The Tuscan-style villa is equipped with a wine cellar, six car garage, four fireplaces and gorgeous hardwood floors throughout. But, our favorite feature has got to be those gorgeous views of Mt. Diablo and the surrounding hills of Walnut Creek. With views like those, the former MVP can just sit back and relax on his deck when he’s not winning championships.
Located: Westlake, OH
Size: 5,508 square feet
Purchased: September 24, 2014 for $800,000
There is certainly a big price difference between these two star athletes’ homes—a $2.4 million dollar difference to be exact. Though Kyrie Irving’s house may have cost less, it certainly doesn’t skimp on out-of-this-world features. The Westlake, Ohio house boasts a home theater, wet bar with granite counters and a master bathroom with a walk-in shower and a salon chair. Our favorite feature has to be the walk-in closet in the master bedroom. I’m pretty sure that could double as another bedroom.
With the two players’ homes differing in size, look and price, the question comes down to whose house wins this round? Insane views or insane closets? Vote below!