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Paul Pierce Just Sold This Lavish Calabasas Mansion For $10 Million



Paul Pierce, a former Boston Celtics player, is currently making headlines for all the wrong reasons. We ought to be discussing the Calabasas mansion he recently sold. Instead, the majority of people are discussing how he was recently let go by ESPN from his position as an NBA analyst. Pierce was reportedly fired after posting a racy video to Instagram over the weekend that featured scantily-clad women who might be described as “strippers”, but we have no idea if that’s their actual official profession. Perhaps they’re just highly entertaining women who enjoy dancing in their underpants on Instagram? It also reportedly didn’t help Pierce’s cause that neither he, nor the women were wearing masks, violating network protocols for on-air ESPN personalities. Remember that the kid-friendly Disney is ESPN’s parent corporation. I don’t think the lack of masks had a major role in his termination.

In a another reality, one where Paul did not upload that video to Instagram over the weekend, we might be discussing the mansion he recently sold for $9.995 million instead today!

Pierce bought the home in 2009 for $6.5 million. It is situated in the gated, ultra-exclusive neighborhood of The Oaks in Calabasas. He listed it for sale in November 2020 for $10.995 million.

The 16,100 square foot, one acre home has eight bedrooms and ten bathrooms. The yard has an incredible infinity pool, separate spa and a Boston Celtics-themed half basketball court.

Here is a look inside the listing’s home:

Pierce played in the NBA for over two full decades and earned $198 million in total wages during his time there. That’s enough to make him one of 25 highest-paid players in NBA history (counting salary alone).

He also received millions of dollars in endorsement fees.

Paul made between $17 and $19 million in salary at the height of his career, in or around 2009, AND an additional $3 to $4 million through endorsements.