Lakers superstar Anthony Davis has been living his best life since moving to Los Angeles.
After capturing his first-ever NBA Championship, AD has been basking in the glamour of the city, most recently using his hard-earned cash to buy a $32 million mansion in Bel-Air.
The villa-style mansion at 2100 Stratford Circle is 16,700 square feet, with eight bedrooms and eight full bathrooms on 3.5 acres, according to a listing. It also includes a 35-foot-high glass dome ceiling for the 6-foot-10-inch power forward/center. It is located within Bel Air Crest, an exclusive gated community in Bel Air.
I mean, talk about luxury living. The dude is living in a border-line castle, complete with a glass dome ceiling, a tennis court, a full-sized basketball court, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
Of course, that purchase is just a chunk of the $190 million contract he signed back in December.
It is truly mind-boggling how much money Davis is making, and the home he's able to get in one of the nation's most luxurious destinations.
Of course, on the court, things aren't going quite as smooth. The Lakers have been rattled by injuries all year long, including Davis, and they are at serious risk of an early exit.
Hopefully, the star forward can lock-in for the grind ahead, and help lead his team to a respectable finish this season.