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NBA Star Russell Westbrook Puts Up $30 Million L.A. Estate for Sale

Image Source: Russell Westbrook @ Instagram

Los Angeles Lakers point guard Russell Westbrook has listed his lavish L.A. estate for $30 million, adding more fire to the swirling trade rumors in Hollywood.

The property, located in Brentwood, was purchased by Westbrook four years ago for $19.75 million during his time with the Oklahoma City Thunder, as reported by Jack Flemming for the LA Times.

Spanning over 13,000 square feet, the mansion boasts six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and expansive common areas.

Inside the residence, the living room flaunts elegant beamed ceilings and custom built-ins, while the amenities include a refrigerated wine room, a stylish wet bar, and a state-of-the-art movie theater.

Outdoor features comprise a deck and balcony on the second floor, a sparkling pool, a relaxing spa, an entertaining playground, and a patio with a basketball hoop.

Westbrook, a native of Southern California, grew up in Long Beach and honed his skills playing collegiate ball at UCLA.

His return to his hometown last season fell short of expectations for a Lakers squad eyeing a championship victory.

The team concluded the season with a disappointing 33-49 record, placing 11th in the competitive Western Conference and failing to secure a playoff berth.

Following the season, head coach Frank Vogel was dismissed, and the team appointed Darvin Ham as the new head coach.

During the season, Westbrook’s scoring average dropped to 18.5 points, marking his lowest since the 2009-10 campaign, while he also contributed 7.1 assists and 7.4 rebounds per game.

The decision to sell the mansion has sparked talks of a potential trade involving Westbrook.

Image Source: Russell Westbrook @ Instagram

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