NBA legend Michael Jordan and superstar LeBron James earned their fortune with their breathtaking skills on the hardwood. However, it was not just about their skills on the court. They have some of the best endorsement deals that provide a huge influx of money. The two stars have a lifetime deal with Nike as well. Jordan and Nike helped each other earn a lot over the course of their long-standing relationship. Together they changed the sneaker culture in the country.
Even though James did not have the same impact, he is still one of Nike’s top athletes. And he has a new building named after him on the Nike campus which he recently opened in a huge ceremony. Ever since he broke into the national stage in high school, James has been compared to MJ. Many felt that he had what it takes to emulate Jordan on the court.
James grew up watching legends like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson, etc. And he did not shy away from the challenge of emulating one of the best players ever. And he has followed in the footsteps of Jordan and became the first active basketball player to become a billionaire.
Michael Jordan and LeBron James’ mansions vs. Kim Kardashian’s
Michael Jordan and LeBron James know how to spend their fortune as well. The two own some of the costliest possessions from cars to mansions. As per reports, Jordan now lives in a mansion in Jupiter, Florida which is worth $14.8 million. James on the other hand lives in a $36.8 million mansion in Beverly Hills. However, TV star and model Kim Kardashian’s mansion which is worth a whopping $60 million reportedly definitely stands out.
As per reports, during her divorce from rapper Kanye West, Kim Kardashian bought the house after negotiations. The report claims Kim liked the home and wanted to remain there with her four children.
The couple initially bought the mansion for a reported $20 million in 2014. And then made renovations worth another $20 million. After six years of marriage, Kardashian filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. She also requested to terminate spousal support reportedly.