The NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year, Jamal Crawford , recently sold his Maple Valley, Washington home to Richard Sherman for $2.31 million. The Seattle Seahawks’ All-Pro defensive back will now be staying in a Mediterranean-style home, which was built in 2004, and boasts five acres with a 9,435-square-foot main residence, a basketball court with lighting, rolling green lawns, walking paths, and a pond. Tuscan columns, a pair of towering stone fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen with a breakfast bar, a game room, a media room with a wet bar, and an indoor pool and spa are among the house’s features. The 34-year-old Los Angeles Clippers guard led NBA reserves in scoring with an average of 18.6 points-per-game. He is the first player to ever win the Sixth Man of the Year award while playing for two different teams. Meanwhile, the house’s new owner, Richard Sherman , 26, was an important piece to Seattle’s puzzle when they won Super Bowl XLVIII in February. He recently agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Seahawks that nets him $57.4 million, making him the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL. The sale of the property occurred June 6 with Crawford taking a significant loss on the deal. After originally purchasing the home for $3.231 million, Sherman paid $921,000 less than what Crawford paid for the property. Don’t fret, sports fans, as Seattle native Crawford still owns a number of additional properties in the area.