NBA star Ben Simmons lists New Jersey mansion for nearly $5 million


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The home of the Philadelphia 76ers player, who was suspended from the team earlier this week, has three bars, a gaming room and a dog run.

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In the midst of a rift with the Philadelphia 76ers, NBA star Ben Simmons has listed his 10,477-square-foot New Jersey mansion for just under $5 million.

Mr Simmons, 25, listed Moorestown, new Jersey, according to property records, the residence on Wednesday, nearly two years after buying the home for $2.3 million. Sitting on 1.78 acres at the end of a cul-de-sac, it has five bedrooms, a spacious great room, and a gaming room, full-service bar, and a tricked-out basement. Fish house.


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“The fully furnished entertainment-friendly basement is a marvel to see,” said the listing, along with Juliette Cordeiro of Compass. The home features a home theater with custom sofas and lounge chairs, a billiards area, a bathroom with graffiti-inspired tiles and an airy lounge, as well as a kitchenette/candy room and access to an outdoor area that leads to the backyard .

Mr. Simmons also has a collection of Basketball The memorabilia on display, including his jersey and framed magazine covers depicting himself, featured catalog photographs.

ESPN reported that the point guard was suspended from the 76ers’ opening game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday after refusing to attend a practice with the team on Tuesday (in which his team won 117–97). did). He has been playing for the team since 2017.

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Mr Simmons and the 76ers have clashed since the Eastern Conference semifinals in June, when he passed a shot that could have tied Game 7 with the Atlanta Hawks. The 76ers lost the game, their season was over, and Mr Simmons asked for a trade shortly thereafter. According to ESPN, he has been fined $1.7 million by the team for missed practice and suspension.

Representatives for Mr Simmons, originally from Australia, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Other features of the house include a formal dining room with a wine wall and an adjacent bar; a primary bedroom suite with another bar, a chimney and a roof; and an office with custom built-in shelving and French doors, according to the listing.

Outside, a dog is running, landscaping to provide privacy, and a six-foot fence around the property, the listing said.

Ms Cordeiro did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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