NBA superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo is officially the owner of a $1.8 million mansion in River Hills, Wisconsin.
The “Greek Freak” purchased the home from former teammate Mirzo Teletovic, and his wife, Maja. Teletovic retired from the NBA last season due to health issues.
“Beyond the sweeping trees and the lined driveway, stands a nearly new 5 bedroom, 7.5 bath custom residence,” according to a listing on Realtor.com.
“The home lends itself to both large gatherings and intimate moments. Amenities include in-ground pool, pool/guest house, home theater, game room, wine cellar, heated garage, and workshop. Meticulous and move-in ready,” the listing says.
According to Forbes, Giannis’ wealth stands at $35.5 million.
His earnings are up nearly 500% this season over last year thanks to the start of a new $100 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, as well as a contract extension with Nike.
His previous Nike deal paid roughly $20,000 annually, while his new pact will pay an estimated $9 million in the first year with more to come when Nike releases Antetokounmpo’s first signature shoe in 2019.
He also has deals with BMO Harris, Tissot, Kronos Foods and several more in his native Greece.