Jamal Crawford, the Los Angeles Clippers guard and the NBA’s reigning sixth man of the year, has sold his longtime home in Maple Valley, Wash., to Richard Sherman, the Seattle Seahawks' all-pro defensive back, for $2.31 million.
The Mediterranean-style home, built in 2004, sits behind wrought-iron gates on nearly five acres with a 9,435-square-foot main residence, a basketball court with lighting, rolling green lawns, walking paths and a pond.
Inside, the three-story floor plan features vaulted living spaces, custom molding, Tuscan columns and a pair of towering stone fireplaces. A gourmet kitchen with a breakfast bar, a game room, a media room with a wet bar, and an indoor pool and spa are among its features.
Crawford, 34, became the oldest player to win the sixth man award when he did so last season, leading NBA reserves in scoring with an average of 18.6 ppg. He previously won the award while a member of the Atlanta Hawks in 2010.