Bucks OJ Mayo just signed with the team as a free agent last summer. You know what that means, a new home purchase. Mayo reportedly copped this $1.8 million 9,000 sq. foot home in the River Hills suburb of Milwaukee.
The five bedroom-five bathroom home also boasts two fireplaces, a first floor kitchen that includes a breakfast room “that flows into an outdoor living room” and a bonus room complete with a separate kitchen, bar and various game rooms. There’s a movie theater and a sportsman’s room too.
The Bucks, looking to add offensive punch to their backcourt, signed Mayo to a three-year, $24 million contract this past off-season. Now in his sixth professional season, he holds career averages of 15.2 ppg, 3.3 rpg and 3.1 apg in 405 games with Milwaukee, Dallas and Memphis. He is perhaps best known for having his draft rights swapped for Minnesota Timberwolves superstar Kevin Love in 2008.