LA TIMES: Sacramento Kings minority owner lists Brentwood home for $5.3 million

Dorene Dominguez, chairman and chief executive of Vanir Group of Companies and Sacramento Kings minority owner, has put her home in Brentwood on the market for $5.34 million.

Sitting on a cul-de-sac, the two-story Mediterranean-style home features a gated courtyard entry and a terrace that overlooks the front yard...READ MORE

BIZ JOURNALS: PRO ATHLETES GET THE ASSIST FROM SPECIALIZED RELOCATION COMPANIES

When the new University of Memphis basketball coach moved to the area, he bought a house from a former Memphis Grizzlies player. Was it coincidence? Not exactly.

Most people in the market for a new home contact a realtor, tell them what they want and the search begins. But, because professional athletes and coaches frequently move and need discretion...READ MORE 

LA TIMES: L.A. CLIPPERS STAR CHRIS PAUL PUTS HIS BEL-AIR HOME IN PLAY AT $11.5 MILLION

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is looking to make a change to his home lineup, listing his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $11.495 million.

It was four years ago that the perennial All-Star bought the eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion four years ago from singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for $8.495 million. He’s since bought another...READ MORE

LA TIMES: SACRAMENTO KINGS' RUDY GAY SELLS MEMPHIS HOME TO BASKETBALL COACH TUBBY SMITH

Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay has passed his old home court in Memphis, Tenn., to new Memphis Tigers men’s basketball coach Tubby Smith for $1.48 million. The two-story house returned to market in mid-April and closed sale in less than two months, according to property records. Gay, who ...READ MORE

LA TIMES: SACRAMENTO KINGS' RUDY GAY LOOKS TO PASS HIS MEMPHIS HOME TO A NEW OWNER

With his season having already come to a close, Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay is turning his attention to business away from the court. He’s put his home in the suburbs of Memphis, Tenn., up for sale at $1.749 million. The 29-year-old Gay bought the property six years ago...READ MORE 

OC REGISTER: EXPENSES, TAXES, HOUSING: FOR RAMS' PLAYERS, MOVING FROM ST. LOUIS TO LOS ANGELES COULD BE COSTLY

It was 1995, only months before the Browns would leave Cleveland for Baltimore to become the Ravens, when Matt Stover decided it was finally time to put down roots in Ohio. This turned out to be very unfortunate timing.

But for the Browns’ fifth-year kicker, it seemed like a sensible time to settle down. Stover was 27, with a newborn daughter ...READ MORE

DAILY BREEZE: THE RAMS AND THEIR FAMILIES WILL PACK UP AND MOVE TO LOS ANGELES

Long before NFL owners announced the Rams would return to Los Angeles for the 2016 season, Ikem Chukumerije, a luxury real estate broker in Marina del Rey, had been making calls to agents of Rams’ players.

“We knew this was something that could be a reality and we started working on it six months ago,” said Chukumerije, whose clientele is made up of names such as Clippers point guard Chris Paul...READ MORE

LA TIMES: L.A REAL ESTATE AGENTS SCRAMBLE FOR ATHLETES AS RAMS TOUCH DOWN

Manhattan Beach real estate agent Ed Kaminsky has been feverishly calling anyone he might know who has an in with a Rams player or two.

"I've been on the phone with the Rams' offices, sports agents, business managers, players, players that aren't on the team but that have relationships with players on the team,"...READ MORE