It’s been a dramatic offseason for Doc Rivers. In September, the Clippers coach was fired after seven seasons with the team following a disappointing defeat in the NBA Western Conference semifinals, and he was hired as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers less than a week later.
The big move is accompanied by a big home sale, as the 59-year-old just unloaded his Malibu beach house for $12.25 million.
Spanish in style, the two-story home enjoys an oceanfront spot in Malibu Cove Colony, one of L.A. County’s most expensive enclaves, with owners over the years including “Brady Bunch” star Barry Williams and film producer Gianni Nunnari.
Rivers’ place takes advantage of the scenic setting with pocketing walls of glass and a massive deck that descends to the beach. The main level houses the owner’s suite, a large space with a private balcony, walk-in closet and steam shower.