The 30-year-old former Toronto Raptor joined the LA Clippers in 2019 and last spring signed a four-year, $176.3 million contract extension.
Far from being someone who flaunts his enormous wealth, Leonard is famously shy and rarely gives interviews.
But since making the big money move to Los Angeles, the five-time All Star has begun to come out of his shell.
Sadly, the 2021-22 campaign has been a loss for ‘The Claw’, with an ACL injury likely to sideline him for the entire Clippers regular season.
It is likely that he has recovered in an impressive $17.3 million mansion in the exclusive neighborhood of Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles.
One of three properties in Leonard’s portfolio, the elegant platform has stunning ocean views and boasts nearly 12,000 square feet of comfort.