Three men pulled out guns and robbed Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in a terrifying incident in Los Angeles earlier this month ... TMZ Sports has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us it all went down on June 17 ... when the Lakers guard was in his driveway at around 4 a.m. talking with friends.
Our sources say a car pulled up and three men then exited the vehicle with guns drawn.
We're told the men demanded KCP and his friends hand over their stuff ... which included a fancy Rolex watch, jewelry and an iPhone.
In total, our sources say the thieves made off with about $150,000 worth of loot.
We're told KCP was NOT injured in the incident, however.
We reached out to the 28-year-old's camp for comment, but so far no word back yet.
Our sources, meanwhile, say the LAPD is currently investigating it all.
KCP -- who just inked a 3-year, $39 MILLION contract with the Lakers in 2020 -- had a solid year for the Purple and Gold in 2021, starting 67 games and scoring 9.7 points per contest.