Jordan Clarkson has struggled during these NBA playoffs. The former Lakers guard is shooting 30 percent from the floor and averaging just 4.7 points per game in the postseason. He has registered one assist since May 7.
He did buy a house, though, during the Cavaliers’ playoff run.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Clarkson recently purchased a $3.2 million house in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Woodland Hills. The newly built 5,800-square-foot home has five beds and six bathrooms. It was marked as contingent on April 27 — during the Cavs’ series with Indiana — and officially sold on May 16 during the Cavs’ series with the Celtics.
Clarkson, of course, could have gone house hunting during his free time. But that’s not exactly a carefree endeavor to take on during the NBA playoffs.
Nonetheless, here’s a look inside, via Redfin.com.