March Madness; Our Bracket of Top NBA TecHomes

March Madness; Our Bracket of Top NBA TecHomes


It’s called March Madness for a reason; there’s really no better month for basketball fans. 

As they make bracket predictions for college ball and watch final regular-season NBA games trying to predict the winners, we’re selecting a different kind of champion—the NBA All-Stars of home control.

These past and present basketball stars have excelled both on the court and outside the game by creating the most convenient and connected TecHomes.

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These four players’ homes demonstrate the newest in connected tech, including one player whose massive mansion provides lessons in home control.

Media rooms, automated shades and whole-house entertainment are defining the connected TecHomes of current NBA players and past legends. 

Take a look through our slideshow to see the smart, luxury homes of past and present NBA players.


[tps_title]Kevin Durant [/tps_title]

Durant uses Somfy, Lutron and Crestron to connect.
Durant uses Somfy, Lutron and Crestron to connect.

Kevin Durant

This seven-time NBA All-Star has a history of big wins and of using tech to automate and control his smart home.

When Kevin Durant lived in Miami, he used Crestron to control and automate his 3,800-square-foot penthouse.

Somfy was used to control the blinds and shade systems while Lutron’s platform was used to automate the home’s lighting solutions.

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About The Author

Michael Black is a staff writer and content coordinator at TecHome Builder. He has a particular interest in new solar developments and smart energy systems and is always looking for the next smart home trend to cover. As the youngest member of the TecHome team, Michael brings a passion that keeps the team energized. He also is instrumental in leading our social media efforts.

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