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Pro basketball player Lou Amundson scores a buyer in Manhattan Beach

Pro basketball player Lou Amundson scores a buyer in Manhattan Beach
Beams and wooden railings give the entrance strong horizontal lines. (Redfin.com)

NBA journeyman Lou Amundson, a power forward/center for Japan’s Kawasaki Brave Thunders, has sold his home in Manhattan Beach for $2.1 million.

The Midcentury Modern-inspired house was actually built in 1981. A wooden walkway leads through bamboo and mature trees to the front porch, where a beamed portico shields frosted double doors.

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The open floor plan of more than 2,500 square feet has a minimalist vibe with wood plank floors, expansive gallery-style walls and white-painted beamed ceilings. Sliding glass doors and skylights add to the airiness of the interiors.

A living room with a fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen with a center island, three bedrooms and three bathrooms make up the inside of the house, which then expands to deck or patio space outdoors.

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Amundson, 35, has played for such NBA teams as the Golden State Warriors, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the New York Knicks.

He bought the property in 2014 for $1.805 million, public records show.

Nicholas Schneider of Palm Realty Boutique handled the transaction.

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