The L.A. Clippers may have collapsed early in this year’s playoffs, but at least one of their players is still scoring big in the offseason. Power forward Patrick Patterson recently paid $4 million for a nearly-new mansion in Encino, the increasingly expensive and celebrity-swarmed San Fernando Valley neighborhood northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Built in 2017, the nearly 6,200 sq. ft. “transitional” manse has already changed hands three times. In 2018, it was sold by the developer for $3.9 million to Shane Fogerty, the 29-year-old son of Creedence Clearwater Revival rocker John Fogerty. The younger Fogerty quickly upgraded to a far more lavish Encino mansion, selling the smaller home for $3.85 million to former Tronc CEO Justin Dearborn. Only a year after Dearborn’s purchase, he flipped the property to Patterson.