I don't know about you, but my kitchen is pretty basic: Oversized microwave from the mid-80's, stove with one burner that doesn't work, a refrigerator that's probably older than I am -- you know, typical working-class appliances stuffed into a space that's dedicated to the preparation and consumption of mass quantities. Then again, I'm not an NBA player with more money than I know what to do with, so it's understandable that my kitchen isn't quite up to superstar status.
Such is the case of Brooklyn Nets player Deshawn Stevenson, who has a working ATM in his home. And not just any old ATM, mind you. No, this is a real ATM that's stocked with $20,000 in cold, hard cash. Stevenson, who says that the ATM is there for his friends who need a little scratch before a night on the town, has the machine refilled four to six times a year. However, here's the kicker: the ATM actually charges a service fee, so if you think you're getting a free ride at Deshawn's place, you'd better think again, pal. I don't care who you are or how you roll, but $4.50 per transaction is pretty steep.
Truthfully, I think the machine is kind of cool. Not something that I would ever want to own, but seriously cool, nonetheless. Have a look at the picture of Deshawn and his ATM below.