After being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, Dennis Schroder quickly became an important part of the Lakers’ roster. It’s been speculated he may leave after this season however, as back in December he turned down a contract extension.

That may just be a thing of the past though, as Dennis Schroder recently bought a LA mansion worth $4.3 million. This is good news for the Lakers, as Schroder buying the house might be a sign of him wanting to stay in Los Angeles for much longer.


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Playing as the starting point guard, Schroder is currently averaging 14.9 points, 4.5 assists, and 3.5 rebounds. He’s also a fantastic perimeter defender for the Lakers, as he matches up well with most of the guards in the league.

The house Schroder just bought, isn’t just a house, it’s a mansion that has everything you’d want. A dream home, if you will. The Tik-Tok video does a good job of showing off some of the features of the house, but Schroder’s new home has much more to offer than just a living space.

But the main house is only the very first act of this real estate show; the .35-acre property is fully improved with a giant L-shaped lawn that passes by a large swimming pool/spa combo. Beyond that lies a two-story guesthouse with another ensuite bedroom and a second kitchen, plus room for a gym. Best of all, however — at least from Shröder’s perspective — is the concrete basketball court that lies at the far rear of the property, offering a secluded space to hone his professional game.

For a player currently due to hit free agency next offseason, this purchase is showing Schroder’s cards a little bit. The only reason a person would buy a home like this is that they want to genuinely live in that area for the long haul. It’s not a guarantee Schroder signs a long-term deal to stay in LA, but this mansion gives reason to believe he will.