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Warriors' Klay Thompson drops $2.2 million on new Dana Point digs

.@warriors star Klay Thompson splashes down in Dana Point with home purchase

Klay Thompson, one-half of the Golden State Warriors’ sweet-shooting “Splash Brothers,” now has a splashy home to go with the title.

The shooting guard, who has played his part in the Warriors’ run to the NBA Finals, found time to make another sort of play earlier this year, buying an ocean-view home in Dana Point for $2.2 million.

Set on more than a quarter of an acre in the Capo Beach area, the Spanish-style ranch house has a central courtyard with a pool and spa, two guest casitas and a 100-foot-wide patio with unobstructed ocean views.

The single-story house, replete with vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, features a family room/dining room with a fireplace and an entertainment wing with a wet bar, a pool table and a lounge area. The ocean-view master suite has his-and-hers baths for three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in more than 2,400 square feet.

A pair of two-car garages flank the entrance to the home.

The property originally came to market for the sale price in December and was under contract in about 10 days, records show.

Michael Boyd of Coldwell Banker was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Casey Wootan of Century 21 OMA represented Thompson in the sale, which closed in February.

Thompson, the son of former Los Angeles Lakers forward-center Mychal Thompson, was an all-star this year, his fourth in the league, and averaged 21.7 points per game while shooting 43.9% from beyond the three-point line during the regular season. In November, the 25-year-old signed a four-year extension with the Warriors worth about $70 million.

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