While Ben Simmons won't be taking home the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy after his 76ers team lost in Round 2 of the NBA playoffs against the Atlanta Hawks, he's certainly winning off the court.
The good-looking athlete just dropped a whopping $17.5 million on a new mansion inside the guard-gated Hidden Hills, Calif., community. The price might seem like a hefty sum to pay; but it's nothing more than pocket change to Simmons — who signed a five-year, $177 million contract with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Simmons, 24, will most likely be greeted into the celeb-filled community with open arms, as his new neighbors include Drake, Lil Wayne, Matt Stafford, Dwyane Wade and nearly every Kardashian family member.
Scroll through to see the handsome hunk's new digs.
Simmons' estate, situated on a 1.5 acre lot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, includes a main mansion, house-sized guesthouse, poolside cabana with a party-sized flatscreen TV and not one, but two lavish swimming pools.
The modern farmhouse-style mansion offers an open-concept living space with the ideal seamless indoor-outdoor design that all Californian discerning buyer's crave.
The incredibly sleek and contemporary design of the home makes it the ideal party space for a young and extremely wealthy owner with celebrity status.
While the "main" designer kitchen is off the immaculate dining room with two custom metal chandeliers, there is a chef’s catering kitchen with commercial-grade appliances and a private entrance.
After working hard on the court, Simmons can sit back and relax in his cozy movie theater.
One of the many stunning bedrooms boasts a giant fireplace, sitting area and floor-to-ceiling glass panels that overlook the mesmerizing pool and grassy hillside.