Real Estate Rumors

Retired NBA star Paul Pierce is shooting for a big profit in Calabasas, where his amenity-loaded mansion is on the market for $10.995 million. Pierce paid $6.5 million for the property in 2009, a year after he won an NBA title with the Boston Celtics and took home Finals most valuable player honors. The 10-time All-Star decked the place out during his decadelong stay, painting the exterior salmon and adding high-end amenities such as a bowling alley, wet bar and gym. Out back, he installed a green basketball court emblazoned with the Celtics logo.
It’s been a dramatic offseason for Doc Rivers. In September, the Clippers coach was fired after seven seasons with the team following a disappointing defeat in the NBA Western Conference semifinals, and he was hired as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers less than a week later. The big move is accompanied by a big home sale, as the 59-year-old just unloaded his Malibu beach house for $12.25 million.
Longtime Laker Derek Fisher and his partner, Gloria Govan, are looking to score a deal in the San Fernando Valley. Their Tarzana home has surfaced for sale at $2.5 million, records show. Fisher, who won five NBA titles with the Lakers, and Govan, who owns the Mexican restaurant chain Gorditos, extensively remodeled the place during their stay. The Mediterranean-style spot now boasts a sleek interior with arched doorways and designer fixtures across 6,566 square feet.
It appears Luka Doncic’s is here for the long run, and we couldn’t be happier. The 21-year-old Dallas Mavericks’ star recently bought a new 5,225-square-foot home in Preston Hollow. Luka Doncic’s new pad has four bedrooms, six baths, floor-to-ceiling windows, state-of-the-art technology, a pool, and a four-car garage. According to Realtor.com, the house at 9119 Guernsey Lane was only on the market for 33 days before Luka snagged it. His $2.75 million crib is just down the street from his boss, Mavs’ owner Mark Cuban.
Longtime Laker Derek Fisher and his partner, Gloria Govan, are looking to score a deal in the San Fernando Valley. Their Tarzana home just surfaced for sale at $2.5 million, records show. Fisher, who won five NBA titles with the Lakers, and Govan, who owns the Mexican restaurant chain Gorditos, extensively remodeled the place during their stay. The Mediterranean-style spot now boasts a sleek interior with arched doorways and designer fixtures across 6,566 square feet.