April 8, 2008
Boom Dizzle (AKA Baron Davis) Is In
The His House (And SoMa)
It’s more an ad for AT&T than an actual overview of his pad. And it’s not for sale. But it is interesting to note that Baron Davis lives adjacent to the Transbay Terminal. And we have a feeling that it’s not because he simply can’t afford anything in District 7.
∙ See How They Live: Baron Davis [AT&T]
∙ Some Relative Perspective On The Position Of The Transbay Project [SocketSite]
First Published: April 8, 2008 10:52 AM
Comments from "Plugged In" Readers
Is that 85 Natomas? I think that you catch a glimpse of John Collins through one of the windows.
Posted by: r at April 8, 2008 11:13 AM
Bdiddy's SOMA unit is probably one of many homes he has. I'm sure he has multiple homes in LA.
Posted by: Tony at April 8, 2008 11:22 AM
Hope to see him at the Rincon Hill Neighborhood Association meeting tonight at The Infinity. www.RinconHillNeighbors.org ... or maybe next time
Posted by: jamie at April 8, 2008 12:06 PM
Baron's bachelor pad is located right across from John Collin's and adjacent to Zebulon. He's a frequent visitor at JC and Harlot (on Minna). Every once in a while, Jessica Alba will visit his place whenever she catches a Warriors game.
Posted by: SC - in my 20's at April 8, 2008 12:28 PM
I watched some of the video.
They go on Baron's deck. It overlooks a courtyard that has a b-ball hoop on the other side of the courtyard (a long way away)
they both grab a ball and shoot
Deion Sanders hits the basket.
It's pretty amazing, I have to say.
Posted by: ex SF-er at April 8, 2008 1:07 PM
I wonder if he takes BART to home games...
Posted by: dp243 at April 8, 2008 1:49 PM
Dunleavy was in the process of buying a place at the St Regis before he was traded
I think more professional athletes consider living in SF these days
Nelson and Biedrens live in high rises at Lake Merrit
15 years ago I don't think this was an option
The more 24-hour our little city can be the better as far as I am concerned
Posted by: Zig at April 8, 2008 2:21 PM
Harrington lives on 3rd and Mission
Pietrus lives in Oakland but is always down in Union Square
If you hang around 2nd Street enough, you'll see a nice Bentley rolling through and Capt. Jack at the wheel.
It's nice to see a lot of the Warriors in the City instead of the burbs (like the 9ers)
Posted by: jk at April 8, 2008 2:50 PM