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LeBron James Gets Comfortable, Buys $9 Million Mansion in South Beach

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Chris FaigCorrespondent IDecember 9, 2010

LeBron James and the Miami Heat have now won six games in a row, and are beginning to show some real team chemistry.  Ever since the Cleveland game, Miami has looked like a completely different team, playing with more confidence and comfort.

LeBron has finally purchased a home in his new city, coincidentally during the same time it seems like he's settling in with his new team.  James' new pad overlooks the Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove of Miami, Florida.  

The Miami Herald has reported that his new Mansion is over 12,000 square feet, with eight and a half baths, six bedrooms and a guest house.  There's a balcony in the back of the house that overlooks an infinity pool, as well as an incredible waterfront view, which can be enjoyed from almost every room in the house.  

The Kings new palace also includes a dock that fits two 60-ft yachts, a wine cellar, and a movie theater.  

Although extremely nice, James didn't spend as much on his new home as his fellow teammates Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade.  Bosh spent a reported $12.5 million on his new seven-bedroom mansion, while Wade purchased a new $10.6 million pad in Miami Beach.

Take a look at some photograph's taken of LeBron James' new South Beach home: http://www.businessinsider.com/house-of-the-day-lebron-james-new-9-million-mansion-2010-12#the-view-from-the-front-1.

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