Athletes have the life we all dream about. They have the money to do just about whatever they feel like doing, and they can do it without worries. They buy cars, jewelry, clothing, boats, and all the other toys a grown kid would dream of. It does not stop there. They need a place to park those cars, lock up that jewelry, hang up those clothes, and dock their boats. So they purchase luxuriously large homes that would make anything I have ever lived in feel like a shack in Haiti. These homes have all the bells and whistles too. They feature private spas, pools, libraries, bars, parking garages, putting greens, and even their own private beaches. Here are the 20 most expensive athletes homes either on the market or once occupied by an athlete. Enjoy. 20. Floyd Mayweather: 9 Million Where: Las Vegas, Nevada Size: 22,000 sq. ft. Features: Five bedrooms, Seven bathrooms, home theater, 2,000 sq.ft. closet, pool, wine cellar, and trophy room. It does not take much to hate Floyd Mayweather. The man is arrogant, egotistical, and afraid to lose. Otherwise, he would have already fought Manny Pacquiao and moved on with his career. After reading about his 2,000 square foot closet, I might just hate him a little more. 19. Lebron James: 9.2 Million Where: Miami, Florida Size: 12,178 sq.ft. Features: Six bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, wine cellar, library, home theater, parking garage, guest house, pool, and a dock to park a few yachts if need be. Did I forget to mention it overlooks beautiful Biscayne Bay? And every room has a view of the water from every angle. Lebron James might not have as many fans as Michael Jordan did, but he sure knows how to live it up in South Beach. 18. Anna Kournikova: 9.4 Million Where: Miami Beach, Florida Size: 6,000 sq.ft. Features: Seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, spa, pool, sauna, two-bedroom guest house, and dock. You don't have to win a Grand Slam title in tennis to become a millionaire. Anna Kournikova is known for not winning any major titles in her short tennis career, but becoming one of the most infamous tennis stars in history. Her house reminds me of something you might see in a movie. 17. Barry Larkin: 11 Million Where: Orlando, Florida Size: 14,477 sq.ft. Features: Six bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, Two 155-gallon aquariums, disco lounge, and private gym If you had no idea Barry Larking was living large, this might change your mind. His house has more features including a children's play room with a theater and stage. He has a stage for performers to perform. In his home! When you do not have to leave the house to watch a live play, you are living the good life. 16. Jorge Posada: 11.5 Million Where: New York City, New York Size: 5,400 sq.ft. Features: Four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, and a few bathrooms and closets that might make your jaw fall off. Now that Jorge Posada is retiring, he will have plenty of time to fix up his newly listed New York condo before it sells. But how much more money can this thing be worth? Unless he plans to add gold to the fridge, no work is needed to get this baby sold.