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If this move don’t beat all! Brooklyn Nets NBA player DeShawn Stevenson just added a decorative item to the kitchen of his manse, so he made the decision to purchase an ATM machine, reports the Business Insider.

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The ostentatious swingman tweeted a photo of himself donned in a snazzy outfit (pictured) with a shot of his latest toy, a cash dispenser in the background, which seems to overwhelmingly take center stage in his kitchen.

Stevenson, who is known for his very public battles with nemesis  LeBron James, decided to install the contraption in his home after getting the idea from reality show celeb Rob Dyrdek.

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The ATM is a $3,500 investment and Stevenson says it comes in handy when his NBA buddies need to withdraw some last minute cash before stepping out on the town. However, the withdrawals do not come cheap because Stevenson charges his colleagues $4.50 a pop every time they use it.

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The man whom USA Today reported as having earned more than $26 million as of 2010, keeps his ATM stocked with $20,000 at a time and fills ‘er up every few months.

Hmmm. The colorful outfit, an ATM machine, a tattoo of President Abraham Lincoln on his neck…One can only wonder what Stevenson has up his sleeve for an encore!

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