NBA point guard John Wall has purchased a mansion in Potomac, Maryland for $4.9 million, after signing a contract extension with the team this summer.
The Washington Wizards player will move from his downtown apartment to his new 17,350-square-foot, eight-bedroom, 10-bath mansion, which should be big enough to accommodate, the Washington Business Journal reports.
Built in 1988, the two-acre estate features a six-car garage, home theater, pool, hot tub with waterfall, steam room and an outdoor grill resembling a large indoor kitchen.
The home will also provide the basketball star with various workout options. It features a fitness room, tennis court, putting green, volleyball court and the requisite indoor basketball court, according to Curbed.
This summer the 23-year-old player became the Wizards franchise player with a five-year $80 million contract extension.