Mama, there goes that mansion.
Former Warriors head coach-turned ESPN analyst Mark Jackson is trying to sell his 10,500-square foot home in the Los Angeles area ... still.
The Calabasas home has been on the market for a decade now, and recently had its fourth price cut. It was purchased in 2007 for $4.7 million, and is now on the market for $4.375 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom space is extraordinary, with every upscale amenity you would imagine.
The half-acre lot at the end of a cul-de-sac includes a home theater, gym with a steam shower. You're greeted with a dramatic entryway with a curved, wrought-iron staircase that opens up into one of the living spaces.
Inside, there are custom touches with splashes of marble, stone and hardwood as well. Details and photos courtesy of Realtor.com.
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Oh no! Steph Curry got in a sparring match.
Just kidding. But the Warriors superstar did have a fake fight with legendary boxer Canelo Álvarez while the two were waiting to play a practice round at the American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament in Lake Tahoe.
Canelo made Curry look the least athletic he probably has ever looked -- and that’s saying something.
Canelo swiped from the left side at Steph and he couldn’t believe it.
“You’re supposed to move, dude,” somebody shouted as Steph laughed.
Canelo has just one loss across his career with 53 wins in 56 fights -- 36 of those wins by knockout. That’s probably why he’s dubbed the world’s best active boxer by BoxRec.
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Glad it’s Steph and not me.
Don’t worry, nobody was hurt in the making of this Instagram story.
The Warriors need to bolster their frontcourt this offseason.
They could do just that through the NBA draft, free agency or both.
Last week, Grant Liffmann listed some possible "under-the-radar" free-agents the front office could target. And Monte Poole, Kerith Burke, Liffmann and yours truly discussed those options this week on the latest "Warriors Roundtable."
It's very possible that general manager Bob Myers and his staff make it a priority to sign a player (or two) who is a threat from deep.
The plan was for Kevon Looney to add the 3-point shot to his game last year, but injuries derailed his season.
Marquese Chriss averaged 2.7 3-point attempts per game over his first two NBA seasons with the Phoenix Suns, but just shot 39 3s over 59 games with the Dubs in 2019-20 (he made eight).
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And Draymond Green -- who might end up playing more center in 2020-21 -- has not shot the ball consistently well from beyond the arc the last four regular seasons.
To see which big men the Warriors might be interested in adding this October, watch the full conversation above.
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