3. Chris Bosh
In many ways, Chris Bosh has been the Rodney Dangerfield of the NBA: he just doesn’t get the respect he deserves. At one point, he owned the most expensive home in the NBA: his Miami Beach mansion that cost $12.5 million. It was easily within his price range, after signing a six-year, $110 million contract when he first joined the Miami Heat. The all-white-everything home features a gourmet kitchen, gym, elevator, courtyard gardens, heated infinity pool and a covered summer kitchen and barbecue area. As if that wasn’t ritzy enough, Bosh also owns a $9.4 million mansion in Pacific Palisades, California, which he currently rents out for a whopping $45,000 per month (picture below).