Simmons Lists Flashy South Jersey Home for $5 Million Originally appeared NBC Sports Philadelphia
Ben Simmons is all too ready to leave Philadelphia, as evidenced by his agent who asked for a deal over the summer, didn’t show up to Sixers training camp, didn’t participate in practice, and listed his Center City apartment for sale.
Now Simmons is also trying to sell his main residence, his spacious home in Moorestown.
The home hit real estate site Zillow late Tuesday night, just hours after Simmons was kicked out of Sixers training by head coach Doc Rivers for refusing to participate in a training.
This New Jersey home comes with a lot more: a gated entryway, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a chef-appointed kitchen, a basement game room and entertaining space, and more.
You can also take a guided tour of Simmons’ game room in this SLAM video from a year ago, where Simmons shows off his game setup and his candy room—yes, candy room—with pro player friend FaZe Temperrr:
It’s basically a mansion designed by an 18-year-old who subscribes to the Architectural Digest YouTube channel and spends all his time playing Call of Duty.
Here are some scenes from inside the house:
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