Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker has a new Paradise Valley home to head to after a phenomenal 70-point scoring game.
He paid $3.25 million for a 5,600-square-foot house near Scottsdale Road and Lincoln Drive on Friday, according to public real-estate records.
Popular 20-year-old Booker, called the future of the Suns by many sports analysts, bought a modern-style home in one of the last new subdivisions in Paradise Valley.
Booker, who always attracts crowds of fans, is only the sixth player in NBA history to score more than 70 points during one game.
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His new home comes with four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a dining room with wine cellar, a chef’s kitchen overlooking an outdoor living area with fireplace, retractable glass doors and a four-car garage.
"This home is part of luxury home community featuring modern architectural style,” said Chris Karas, of The Karas Group at Launch Real Estate, who had the listing. “It exemplifies the simple, elegant and sophisticated concept the Valley has been craving.”