Inside Victor Oladipo’s $10 million mansion with seven bedrooms, seven garages, and a big swimming pool.
The 31-year-old shooting guard had to miss the Heat’s run to the NBA Finals because he hurt his knee badly in the first playoff round against the Milwaukee Bucks. Oladipo signed a two-year deal with the Heat last summer. As part of that deal, he has a player option for next season worth $9.5 million.
But because he isn’t sure if he will stay in Miami long-term, he has put his palatial 6,500-square-foot home on Miami Beach on the market for $9.995 million.
Oladipo bought a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom home for $7.75 million in 2021 after he was moved from the Houston Rockets. He hopes to make a nice profit on it.
The house is on Hibiscus Island, which is a private island with gates south of the Venetian Islands and only three miles from the Heat’s Kaseya Center. The mansion is on one and a half lots and has a gourmet kitchen, high-end fixtures, soaring ceilings, and a big pool with seating outside.
The main bedroom has two walk-in closets and windows that go all the way to the roof and look out over the island.
Oladipo, a young singer on the rise, fixed up the guesthouse so that it has a $50,000 recording studio where he has been recording songs for his next album.
Hibiscus Island has a park on the water, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, and a police officer at the main gate who works around the clock.
He told the Wall Street Journal, “I would love for my daughter to have a tennis court or just land where she could run and play.”
In his 10 years in the NBA, Oladipo has made more than $115 million.