Philadelphia 76er's Ben Simmons seems to be going through the motions of saying goodbye to the city altogether.
Months after the three-time All-Star, 25, reiterated his desire for a trade, OK! learned he put his Philadelphia apartment on the market. Simmons listed his swanky abode for $3.1 million earlier this month as tensions run high between him and his team.
While Kendall Jenner's ex-boyfriend still has four years left on his $177 million contract, he made his desire to leave the team very clear — as he reportedly cut off communication with the front office and coach Doc Rivers in recent weeks.
Given that he's skipped out on training camp and media day, it certainly came as a surprise when he showed up to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia earlier this week. Following the 76ers' win against the Brooklyn Nets, Simmons entered the arena — after flying in from Los Angeles — and took a COVID-19 test before returning to his team, ESPN reported.
Simmons missing out on his preseason games certainly cost him a pretty penny. ESPN reported he lost roughly $360,000 for each of the two games he missed under the terms of the NBA's collective bargaining agreement. It's also believed that the franchise fined the point guard for missed practices.
It's unclear if the $3.1 million paycheck he's asking for on his apartment will go towards the money he owes the NBA for skipping town — but it could certainly help.
Scroll through to see photos of the NBA player's luxurious home.
The combined three-unit condo has three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms, according to Realtor.com.
The spacious and modern abode spans 3,000 square feet.
The open-concept kitchen boasts an island with bar seating, dark-wood cabinetry, plenty of countertop space, as well as a glass backsplash.
The exquisite dining room is complete with a glass-encased, lit up wine display.
The soothing colors, custom designed furniture and expansive windows overlooking City Hall make the living room the perfect space for entertaining or enjoying a peaceful night in.
The sophisticated design of the home is balanced by the cozy and inviting oversized couch.
The NBA player's jaw-dropping master suite boasts a custom-made king bed, a soaking tub and frameless shower — not to mention a walk-in closet.
The oversized windows fill the rooms with natural light.
The marble countertop, tile floors and shower perfectly compliment the dark vanity.