Baron Davis unloads Vegas home for $2.375 million

Former @LAClippers guard Baron Davis sells Las Vegas home for $2.375 million

Baron Davis, the former UCLA Bruins basketball product and L.A. Clippers point guard, has sold a home in Las Vegas for $2.375 million.

On and off the market over the last six years, the 9,029-square-foot home resurfaced in May with an asking price of $2.9 million. David paid $325,000 for the property in 2001, records show.

Set behind a privacy wall in the Southern Highlands Golf Club Estates, the Spanish-style residence is accessed through a courtyard entry with a fountain. The two-story floor plan, with rows of glass and wrought-iron finishes, features a chef’s kitchen and a double-height living room with a stone fireplace.

Among amenities is a library, a game room, a theater room, a wine cellar and multiple wet bars. The master suite, one of five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, touts a large walk-in closet, a rain shower and a soaking tub.

Outdoors, landscaped grounds of about three quarters of an acre contain a covered patio and a pool and spa with a waterfall feature.

Davis, 35, spent the bulk of his career with the Hornets, Warriors and Clippers, making two all-star teams in 13 seasons. He last played for the Knicks in 2012.

Tina Cimmino of Vegas Dream Homes was the listing agent. Mark Wiley, also of Vegas Dream Homes, represented the buyer in the sale.

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