Professional Basketball Star Kyrie Irving Enjoys a Lavish Lifestyle in Her Million-Dollar Mansion

After being drafted first overall by Cleveland in 2011, Irving bought a 5,500-square-foot home from Daniel Gibson and Keyshia Cole for $800,000. Irving lived here until his Celtics trade.

Irving’s Cleveland home included four bedrooms and six baths. His living room contains an outside basketball hoop and ring. Irving probably used the mansion’s movie theater, gym, and recording studio when not playing basketball. Irving’s luxurious home has a bathtub, walk-in closet, and huge master bedroom.

He sold the mansion once his career peaked. In 2017, the NBA champion sold the Westlake mansion for $1.7 million. Irving accepted $755,000 after failing to sell.