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Warriors star Kevin Durant records a loss with his Oklahoma City property

In this Jan. 10, 2017, file photo, Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant (35) reacts after a foul called against him during the second half of the team's NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, in Oakland, Calif.
In this Jan. 10, 2017, file photo, Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant (35) reacts after a foul called against him during the second half of the team's NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, in Oakland, Calif. AP

Here’s one for the loss column. Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant has sold his twin townhouse-style lodgings in Oklahoma City for $1.1 million — far less than the $1.769 million he paid in 2013 before combining them into a single home.

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The side-by-side three-story properties are connected by a passageway and contain a total of six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 7,000 square feet of living space.

The small forward reportedly put $3 million into the place, according to real estate agent Rhonda Bratton of Churchill-Brown & Associates Realtors.

What he created are some seriously luxurious contemporary digs. One part of the home was designed as living quarters and the other designated for entertaining. A billiards room opens to a theater/media room on one level. Chandeliers and eye-popping light fixtures abound.

There’s also an exercise area, a room-sized sauna and attached parking for four vehicles.

Durant, 28, is an eight time All-Star and was the NBA’s most valuable player in 2014. He left the Oklahoma City Thunder last year after signing a two-year, $54.3-million contract with the Warriors.

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