The Los Angeles Times is reporting that DeAndre has spent some of his new contract money on a new California home in the Pacific Palisades for $12.7 million. That is a nice chunk of change for the Clippers center.
Clippers' DeAndre Jordan drops $12.7 million cash on Pacific Palisades home http://t.co/1koW8lKtzp— LA Times Real Estate (@LATrealestate) October 6, 2015
From the Los Angeles Times report:
Found within walking distance of a home owned by teammate Blake Griffin, the Cape Cod-inspired three-story home has 10,500 square feet of living space — slightly more than the size of two basketball courts.
So basiclly, Jordan and Griffin are now neighbors, and will get to see a whole lot more of each other, which might not even be possible, being that they are very close to begin with. On top of that, at the next lock-in, the coach will be able to watch summer league on DJ's new 130-inch screen.
A lower entertainment level is decked out with a home theater with a 130-inch screen, stadium seating and floor-to-ceiling suede panels. There’s also an indoor exercise pool, a gym, an elevator and an office accessed by a hidden bookshelf.
Maybe Zach Morris and Kelly Kapowski will be able to get an invite to their new neighbor's house.