Life is good for Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin.
Not only did his team hold on for a 126-121 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 of the Western Conference quarterfinals Saturday, but Griffin now has a new pad in which to celebrate his victories.
The acrobatic 25-year-old recently purchased a custom-built, 9,100-square foot home in the Pacific Palisades for $9 million, according to Realtor.com. Among the many features of the “Cape Cod-Inspired” crib are a saltwater pool, a home theater with stadium seating and a plush lounge complete with a full pool table.
Griffin will have little time to enjoy his tricked-out mansion, though. His Clippers will square off against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday to start the second round of the NBA playoffs.
If his season does end early, though, a dip in the saltwater pool should help cheer him up.