Russell Westbrook has already made more than $330 million in NBA salaries alone per Spotrac. There was even a time he signed the largest contract in NBA history. What’s more, he’s one of the ten highest-paid players ever and has ongoing endorsement deals with Jordan and Samsung.

One could imagine Westbrook definitely has more money than he can afford to spend. So, when he’s not spending money thinking of what outrageous outfit to wear heading into games (some reports say he spends $350,000 a year), he’s spending it on mansions to safeguard his wife Nina, and his three children Noah, Skye, and Jordan.

Before we get into Russell Westbrook’s monster mansions, let’s first take a look at the first home he bought when he was a rookie. It was a modest 3,000 square foot home with 3 bedrooms, 2 and a half bathrooms, and a swimming pool. Westbrook sold this home for $429,500 and moved into a bigger mansion once he signed his first extension with the Thunder which you’ll see later in the article.

Here are some photos of Westbrook’s first home in Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Russell Westbrook’s first mansion

As we mentioned earlier, when Russell Westbrook secured his first huge contract, he decided to let his homes follow suit. His next home in the suburban areas of Oklahoma City was not only double in size compared to his first mansion, but it also cost him $1.9 million to get it. At least it’s well worth every penny.

Sitting at 8,400 square feet, the mansion which Westbrook called home for seven years has 5 bedrooms, 5 and a half bathrooms, two study rooms, a home theater, a gym, an upstairs kitchen, a putting green, and a swimming pool. However, when Russ sold this home in 2020 for $1.03 million, he incurred a huge loss – nearly half of his initial investment.

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Russell Westbrook’s first mansion in Los Angeles

In case you didn’t know, Westbrook was born and raised in Long Beach, California. Which meant it made perfect sense that he invests in a home of his own in his hometown. He bought his first LA mansion in 2015 for $4.65 million and was located along Beverly Hills. It was previously owned by entrepreneur and ex-boyfriend of reality star Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Disick.

The house spans 4,100 square feet and has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a spa, and a swimming pool. Like his mansion in Oklahoma, he incurred a bit of a loss selling it for only $4.375 million in 2020.

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Russell Westbrook’s second mansion in Los Angeles

You might’ve noticed that all three homes Westbrook owned above were sold at around the same time (2020). If there were any theory to support our claims, it’s most likely due to the fact he wanted more money to pay off the $19.75 million mansion in Brentwood he bought in 2018. Unlike Westbrook’s previous mansions, this is arguably one of his best.

The 13,000 square foot home has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a wine cellar, and has similar amenities to all of Russ’ previous mansions. But unlike his first three homes, this one finally gave Russ a profit when he sold it for $25 million in 2022.

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Russell Westbrook’s third mansion in Los Angeles

Last but not least is Westbrook’s second mansion in Brentwood which he bought for $33.5 million in December 2022. The area and amenities are similar to his first Brentwood mansion. It has an area of 13,500 square feet this time, has a swimming pool, an al fresco area, and a sundeck.

One feature that Westbrook won’t get in his first Brentwood mansion is that this home was right across the street from LeBron James. Westbrook’s last ditched effort to try and mend his relationship with James didn’t work though as he was traded to the Utah Jazz two months later.

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Here’s a video to summarize all of the homes Russell Westbrook once owned over his NBA career.

Russell Westbrook’s BIGGEST Mansions – YouTube