Lakers superstar Anthony Davis is one of the best players in the NBA. And, rather unsurprisingly, he lives like it.
Recently, the star big man used a chunk of his multi-million contract to buy an insane and extravagant mansion in Bel-Air, worth roughly $31 million.
Here is an inside look, via Robb Report:
As for Davis, his house was never on the market, but records reveal he paid exactly $31 million for the new digs, securing a $20.1 million mortgage in the process. That’s a huge amount of money, of course, and easily the most ever paid for a Bel Air Crest home, but the estate in question is also the largest and most lavish in the entire neighborhood, flaunting approximately 20,000 square feet of living space and set on a 3.5 acre promontory with jetliner views to the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island.
It's fair to say that AD is living pretty large. The property is huge and has all the amenities anyone could ever want. It's really the perfect quarantine home.
On the court, Davis continues to work his way back to full health. And, with the play-in tournament looming, his focus is on getting the Lakers in a position to repeat as Champions.
We'll see how he fares in that mission. But, at the very least, at least he'll have a nice, luxurious home to go back to.