WOODLAND HILLS — Ex-Los Angeles Laker Jordan Clarkson sold his Woodland Hills home for $3.25 million on Thursday, May 28. 

Built-in 2018, the 5,800-square-foot Cape Cod inspired home has 5-bedrooms and 7-baths. The interior features high ceilings, vividly white walls and hardwood flooring. It also holds a wine vault as well as a home theatre.

Sitting on nearly a half-acre of land, the San Fernando Valley-based home provides outdoor comfort with its cabana, outdoor kitchen, and saltwater pool and spa. 

Clarkson bought the home back in June of 2018 for $3.198 million while playing in the midst of the Cleveland Cavaliers run to the NBA Finals, where they lost to the Golden State Warriors in the championship matchup. The home entered the market in March this year listed at $3.35 million. 

The Filipino-American guard along with former teammate Larry Nance was traded by the Lakers to the Cavs midway through that season so Los Angeles could clear cap-room for a max-free agent signing. The transaction proved to be beneficial for the Lakers as it paved the way for eventual free-agent signee and former Cavalier LeBron James to join the storied franchise the immediate summer afterward.

Clarkson began this season on the Cavaliers but was traded to the Utah Jazz on Dec. 23 2019 to bolster the team’s roster in hopes of making a deep playoff run. Since moving to Salt Lake City, Clarkson has found himself a nice scoring role on the Jazz’s bench averaging 15.6 points per game on 48% shooting before the season’s suspension. 

The six-year NBA veteran will become a free agent for the first time this summer as he is on his final year of a four-year $50-million contract extension that he signed with Los Angeles in 2016.