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Photos: Clippers Star Blake Griffin's Sweet New $9M Pacific Palisades Mansion
Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin’s newly built, $9 million mansion in Pacific Palisades is luxurious, yet tasteful.
What does $9 million get you in a home like this? Three stories, 9,100 square feet of living space (nearly the size of two NBA courts!), a gym, three fireplaces, six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, according to the Los Angeles Times.
With its espresso-toned wood floors, coffered ceilings and doors, home theater, saltwater swimming pool and outdoor kitchen, Griffin will have plenty to keep him distracted in his new home from his team’s allegedly racist owner.
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