Tonight, the Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry will try to land the team a place in the record books for the most consecutive wins to start a season, but he's made a personal score already by buying a mansion in the East Bay. The Los Angeles Times is reporting the point guard has paid $3.2 million for a Walnut Creek manse. You would expect a glam house for a star athlete, and this one fits the bill.
The house itself weighs in at 8,000 square feet. Within that, there are five bedrooms, five bathrooms, four fireplaces, a two-story foyer, a billiards room, and a 2,300-bottle wine cellar. There's also an 800-square-foot casita out back (Riley, we hope you take it over as a playhouse).
Win or lose tonight, Curry can soon chill out on the big patio with an outdoor kitchen and a killer view.
· Warriors' Stephen Curry scores a $3.2-million home in S.F.'s East Bay [Los Angeles Times]