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LOOK: Inside the $1.7 million house that De’Aaron Fox just sold



De’Aaron Fox will be receiving a pretty significant pay raise in the coming months, so it’s only right that he would sell his current house in anticipation of that extra cash flow.

According to the Sacramento Bee, the Sacramento Kings point guard recently sold his house in Folsom, California for over $1.7 million, the most money that the area has seen a house sell for in the last 15 years. Here’s a peek inside the mansion, which is located about 30 minutes outside the city of Sacramento. Does anyone want to start a group GoFundMe?

Fox initially listed the house on the market back in July before departing for the NBA’s Bubble in Orlando, Florida. The 5,000-plus square foot home was built last year and features four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a two-story living room, a second-floor balcony, a pool, and a home theater.

Fox and the Kings did not make it out of the seeding rounds inside the NBA’s restart, but his future on the court is still incredibly bright. Fox has one year left on his rookie deal and will be eligible to sign a maximum contract extension with Sacramento this offseason, which will be worth 25 percent of the team’s salary and include eight percent raises annually. The projections for the salary cap are unpredictable right now, considering the financial impact COVID-19 has had on the NBA, but Fox should still expect to earn somewhere in the ~$30 million per year range. He’ll be able to afford a far more expensive house than a dinky $1.7 million cot.

Article written by Zack Geoghegan

Recruiting reporter for KSR. Follow me on Twitter: @ZGeogheganKSR

5 Comments for LOOK: Inside the $1.7 million house that De’Aaron Fox just sold

  1. VinDatuk
    9:08 pm September 4, 2020 Permalink

    Please don’t sign that extension and get the f outta Sacramento. Also, don’t listen to me if you can get that kind of money guaranteed and not worry about an injury like Isaiah Thomas. Hopefully he doesn’t have the same agent as Nerlens…

    • DaaaaCats
      11:20 pm September 4, 2020 Permalink

      Man I miss that little dude scoring 30 points a night

  2. Shredder
    9:45 pm September 4, 2020 Permalink

    Why sell a house a year after building it with a year remaining on his rookie deal?

  3. CJKAssassin123
    11:11 pm September 4, 2020 Permalink

    I wouldn’t mind living there.