Clippers Players Like Pacific Palisades

NBA superstar Paul George officially became a Palisadian after buying a $16.1 million home in The Riviera, according to Variety magazine.

The 10,000-square-foot home, built in late 2014, previously belonged to former clipper Deandre Jordan and most recently, Curtis Macngyuen, a hedge fund manager.

Boasting seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, the Cape Cod-style home features formal living and dining rooms, a temperature-controlled wine room, and eye-popping walls of disappearing glass Fleetwood sliders.

Laid out over an open floor plan, the home is built with wood paneling, coffered ceilings and hardwood floors. The master bedroom hosts a sitting area, bathroom, and a private balcony that overlooks the Pacific Ocean and the home’s putting green, swimmer’s pool with waterfall, outdoor kitchen and basketball half-court.

In a subterranean level, the mansion holds “an old-world-inspired home theater with tiered seating and abundant wood paneling,” game room/lounge, indoor spa area with a second pool, and gym.

This makes the second Los Angeles area home for George and his longtime partner Daniela Rajic, who also own a 16,000-square-foot home in the Hidden Hills area.

He was recently traded to the Clippers and granted a two-year, $68 million deal with a $37.8 million option in 2021.