Chris Paul sells his second Los Angeles mansion, this time for $1.95 million
After being traded to the Houston Rockets in the offseason, Chris Paul is starting to completely move on from Los Angeles as his tenure with the L.A. Clippers has come to an end.
Proof of this is Paul selling his Bel-Air house back in September, and just recently, his other mansion in Woodland Hills, according to Neil J. Leitereg of the Los Angeles Times.
“Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul, who last night squared off against his former Clippersteam and then some, has sold a home in Woodland Hills for $1.95 million.”
“He bought the property four years ago for $1.775 million, records show.”
On Monday, the Rockets and Clippers squared off in Paul’s first game back at Staples Center against his former team. It turned out to be a hotly-contested game with emotions running high for players of both squads. The home team ultimately won, 113-102, but not with a lot of drama after.
Trevor Ariza, Gerald Green, and Paul reportedly went to the locker room of their opponents to confront Austin Rivers, but LAPD officers were there to make sure the situation doesn’t escalate further.
Now that Paul has sold both his mansions in Los Angeles, the nine-time All-Star has purchased a new one in Texas. It signifies his fresh start with the Rockets and that Paul is now ready to call Houston his new home.
Back in the summer, Paul requested a trade as he and the Clippers were heading in different directions, eventually getting what he asked for by getting dealt. Paul has since been proving that he can co-exist with his new teammates and is hoping that this would be the year he can move past the second round of the playoffs and even win his first title in the NBA.
Here are some photos of Chris Paul’s former property. All credits go to Westside Premier Estates.
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