Take a Tour of JJ Redick's Ridiculous Brooklyn Home With Hidden Closets

Sharpshooter JJ Redick opted to depart the Sixers for the greener pastures down in New Orleans to play for the Pelicans this offseason, which undoubtedly takes him further away from his Brooklyn home.

Which is probably tough for him, because his pad in Brooklyn is unbelievably sweet.

The home is so cool that it has been featured in Architectural Digest. You can watch Redick give you a guided tour of it in the below video.

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Redick gives little nuggets throughout, from "who doesn't love a good pocket door?" to name dropping the brand of (very expensive) wine glasses they have in their custom bar.

The apartment has some pretty cool Batman-type features like closets and a powder room hidden behind walls in other closets. There's even custom wall paper made to look like one of his wife's favorite Louis Vuitton hand bags. Dope if you can afford it. Just like their dual amenities in the bedroom:

"The luxury of this apartment," Redick says, "is that we had enough space to each get our own spaces. I'm a lot more OCD than Chelsea, so the fact that I can have my own closet and bathroom and it can be exactly the way I want it is amazing." He turns his eyes toward his wife's seemingly immaculate mirror-paneled closet, telling her, "But it still bugs me when you leave your dresses out on the chair two days before you wear them." She playfully counters, "Well, what bugs me is in the middle of the night when you get up and use my bathroom." Despite his plea that "It's closer," she says, "But mine is mine!"

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