NBA: Superfan James Goldstein's tour of John Lautner-designed home

Updated 1151 GMT (1951 HKT) March 31, 2017
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NBA superfan James Goldstein announced he will donate his John Lautner-designed home -- and all its contents -- to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). DAVID MCNEW/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Known as "Jimmy" to his friends, Goldstein likes to arrive at NBA games 45 minutes before tipoff to socialize with players, many of whom he calls friends. He is pictured here with Dwight Howard of the Houston Rockets before a 2014 Western Conference playoff game in Houston, Texas. Bob Levey/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Goldstein is also friends with many entertainers -- like rapper Lil Wayne -- who share a common interest in basketball. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Goldstein -- seen with Danish model Amalie Wichmann before a 2011 Los Angeles Lakers playoff game -- is also an enthusiast of high fashion, and is the inspiration behind the clothing line James Goldstein Couture. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Over the years, Goldstein has become as famous for his clothes as he is for his dedication to watching NBA games. His name currently dons the label James Goldstein Couture, which sells women's and men's lines in Europe. Robert Laberge/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Featuring several hundred pieces -- most of them purchased in France and Italy -- Goldstein's unique collection of clothing will also be donated to LACMA. Mike Love / CNN
Never spotted without a hat, Goldstein displays a custom-designed collection by the walls of his bedroom. Glass windows above the hats peer into the architectural marvel's swimming pool. Mike Love / CNN
The concrete, wood and steel-built living room of the Sheats Goldstein residence has been featured in several films, including "The Big Lebowski" and "Charlie's Angels" -- as well as the Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Williams video for "Let's Get Blown." Kristin Fliehler
Snoop and Pharrell also took a dip in the residence's famous pool during their two-day video shoot. Kristin Fliehler
Architect Lautner designed all the furniture in the Sheats Goldstein Residence -- a rarity. Mike Love / CNN
Club James, Goldstein's personal nightclub, saw the likes of Jay Z and Beyonce celebrate Rihanna's birthday last year. "I could see some (NBA players) having parties here," he said. Kristin Fliehler
Goldstein's office is part of an extension to the original home, built on the lot next door where another Lautner house once stood. The house was torn down with the architect's blessing. DAVID MCNEW/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Goldstein's library features dozens of books on fashion and design -- many which have featured the Sheats Goldstein Residence in their pages. Mike Love / CNN
The library and office space in the new extension mimic the concrete and steel built-in furniture of the original John Lautner-designed residence. Mike Love / CNN
Goldstein explains his plans to the writer Motez Bishara on his vision for an infinity pool and full-scale eatery below Club James. Mike Love / CNN
Artwork -- some featuring renderings of the owner -- are featured throughout the household. Mike Love / CNN
Goldstein's "infinity tennis court" sits above Club James and is the scene of morning rallies between the owner and hitting coach Tony Graham. It also serves as the site of annual fundraiser events, and has been featured in commercials with Maria Sharapova and Roger Federer. Mike Love / CNN
The master bedroom of the Sheats Goldstein Residence -- featuring sliding glass walls -- is one of the most photographed rooms in the world. Mike Love / CNN
The bedroom is the scene of many modeling shoots. Mike Love / CNN
And sports a breathtaking view of the Los Angeles skyline. Mike Love / CNN
Even in artwork, Goldstein does not go hatless. Mike Love / CNN
To get to his courtside seats for the Lakers and Clippers, Goldstein drives his 1961 convertible Rolls Royce from his Beverly Hills mansion to the Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles, a one-hour journey in traffic. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images North America/Getty Images