PHILADELPHIA — Not sure which is more ostentatious: the theatrics of the Ben Simmons drama in Philly, or the 25-year-old’s choice in home decor.
As of Wednesday, the 76er’s Moorestown, New Jersey, home is listed on Zillow. The price: $5 million.
The 10,477-square-foot mansion was built in 2019 and includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
A black-and-white motif runs throughout the house in various shapes and patterns — something you’d more likely see among the Kris Jenners of the world, rather than a young NBA star.
The graffitied bathroom definitely stands out from the rest of the muted design — as does the hallway of Simmons regalia.
The house also features a wine wall, a gaming room, a movie room in the basement with its own massive fish tank, a full-service bar, and a candy room — whatever that means.
Earlier this month, Simmons also listed his $3.1 million Ritz-Carlton Residences Center City apartment for sale.
On Tuesday, he was suspended from Sixers practice for “conduct detrimental to the team.”
Only time will tell how this melodramatic narrative unfolds.