Former Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul is wasting no time packing up his things and moving to Texas.
After being traded to the Houston Rockets in June, the nine-time All-Star has listed his Woodland Hills home for $2.2 million during the offseason.
Built in 2014, the Mediterranean-style house comes with five bedrooms and five bathrooms on 6,400 square feet of living space. A half circle driveway leads up to the main entrance, where guests are greeted by a foyer with a winding staircase. Indoor highlights include a wine room, stainless steel appliances and a large kitchen island. The outdoors provide several entertaining options, including a barbecue station, gas fire pit, swimming pool and fenced tennis court.
The 32-year-old point guard was acquired by the Clippers in a 2011 trade with New Orleans. With the Clippers, CP3 was a First-Team All-NBA team member three times. He was named Second-Team All-NBA twice. The team, however, failed to make it out of the second round of the playoffs in the last six seasons. With the move to Houston, Paul will pair with MVP runner-up James Harden in the backcourt.
Chris Paul is waving goodbye to LA and selling his Woodland Hills house for $2.2 million.