Cleveland Cavaliers guard Caris LeVert has been spending a lot of the offseason at his Los Angeles home and on August 1st, he threw a party that resulted in a very rare $93,000 watch getting stolen, as reported by TMZ.

LeVert has contacted police to help him try and track down the thief. According to the cops, the robber went into LeVert’s room during the bash and took the timepiece, which is a Peugeot. The Cavs standout did file a police report with the LAPD and the investigation is currently ongoing. No arrests have been made quite yet, though.

The veteran just earned a nice payday last month, inking a two-year, $32 million extension with Cleveland. While he hasn’t given the Cavs the big production they would’ve hoped for, LeVert was still solid in 2022-23. He averaged 12.1 points, 3.9 assists, and 3.8 rebounds per night in 74 games, including 30 starts.

It does feel like athletes are getting robbed more and more nowadays, whether it’s in the NBA, NFL, or most notably, across the pond in European soccer. Clearly, someone who was at LeVert’s party was very shady.

Caris LeVert began his NBA career with the Brooklyn Nets in 2016 after getting selected 20th overall that year out of Michigan. He’s averaged 14.1 points, 3.9 dimes, and 3.8 boards per night throughout his career and will be a key part of the Cavs’ rotation in 2023-24. We’ll see if he can emerge as the star of the second unit and maybe even get some more opportunities to start when needed for JB Bickerstaff.