We could add a few more items to the list of expensive items owned by Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James. Forbes ranked him fifth on the list of highest-paid athletes in 2020. In Forbes’ list of celebrities, LeBron ranks at No.9. According to most recent reports, LeBron’s net worth in 2018 was estimated at $450 million. The king won’t stop here. He signs super impressive deals and the collaboration with Nike will give him $1 billion.
So, yes, LeBron is a millionaire and he likes to buy some really extravagant stuff. One thing stands for sure, LeBron is a successful investor. Warren Buffett praised his ability to sign the best business deals. LeBron has every right to spoil himself with some cool stuff. Extravagant stuff.
Top 5 most expensive things owned by LeBron James
$1.5 million for his own body
LeBron buys machinery and works with the best team. He treats his body like a temple and even works with former Navy SEAL David Alexander. The king from Akron has built a world-class gym facility in his house. He uses the Cryo Chamber and Hyperbaric Chamber. He also wears compression gear.
Stakes in LFC
LeBron owns a 2% stake in Liverpool Football Club. LFC is really successful and this only adds to LeBron’s net worth. The initial investment was $6.5 million, and LeBron made it in 2011. In 2019, the investment was worth $43 million.
LeBron owns a Bentley Continental GT, and its worth is estimated at $218400. the three-time NBA champion also owns a 2010 Chevy Camaro SS, Dodge Challenger SRT, Ferrari 599, Ferrari F430 Spider, Ferrari 458 Spider, 2015 Kia K900, Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, Mercedes-Benz Maybach 57S, 2018 Maybach S650, Porsche 911 Turbo S, Rolls Royce Phantom, and 1975 Chevy Impala. LeBron bought a Porsche for his mother, and Savannah has a Ferrari Testarossa. Today, LeBron drives a custom K900 Kia.
After signing his deal with the Miami Heat, LeBron bought a $9 million home in Coconut Grove. He sold the mansion and now lives in a LA mansion worth $23 million. LeBron also owns a 30,000 sq ft place in his hometown Akron.
GQ has a list of every cool watch LeBron has ever worn during important events. He wore the Gold Rolex Day-Date II to the Cavaliers Championship parade in 2016. He also has a special edition 18-carat rose gold Royal Oak and an 18-carat white gold set with 608 diamonds worth $178,000.