Los Angeles Lakers superstar forward Anthony Davis has reportedly started to rent a $14.1 million mansion in the upscale Los Angeles suburb of Bel Air, California.

It’s being reported Saturday that Davis, who was acquired by the Lakers in a blockbuster trade with the New Orleans Pelicans, is paying around $50,000 per month to live in the six-bedroom, six-bathroom home inside a gated community.

Renting versus buying is always a tough call if you have the means. 

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