Last weekend was a blast for many fans who supported Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl LVI, played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. A lot of fans, celebrities, and other athletes were in attendance for the big game.
Besides the Los Angeles favorites LeBron James, Paul George, and Kawhi Leonard, another star with California links made it to the game. Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors also watched the Rams beating the Cincinnati Bengals live, but while he was having a great time at the stadium, some criminals broke into his house.
TMZ reports that the 3x NBA champion's house was burglarized while he watched the big game. They stole jewelry, watches, and more stuff worth over $1 million.
Warriors forward Draymond Green's L.A. house was ransacked during Super Bowl weekend ... and over $1,000,000 worth of stuff -- watches, jewelry, and other property -- was stolen, TMZ Sports has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us 31-year-old Green -- who attended Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles -- came home later that night and discovered someone had busted their way into his home.
Our sources tell us the alleged perps entered Green's residence through his window ... and made off with watches, jewelry, and other personal property.
This is a very unfortunate situation that has happened before. NBA players have been victims of these people that don't care about others and try whatever to get more money. Back in 2020, DeMar DeRozan chased an intruder that was looking for Kylie Jenner's house; Zach LaVine had to deal with a woman at his property that wouldn't leave until cops showed up.
The good thing here is that Draymond wasn't home at the moment. We hope the authorities can resolve this soon and that those that stole this stuff face the right punishment.