Chris Webber net worth

Born in Detroit, Michigan, on March 1, 1973, Chris Webber net worth is now estimated to be $ 80 million. He is a former American professional basketball player who began his professional career in 1993. Prior to that he played for his high school team and had also performed well in numerous state championships.

During his career, he has earned over $178,230,697 alone in salary. It included perks and compensation from various teams  such as $ 2,202,173 from Golden State Warriors, $ 55,725,000 from Philadelphia 76ers, $ 661,024 from Detroit Pistons, $ 10,000,000 from Sacramento Kings, $ 93,562,500 from Washington Wizards and $ 17,080,000 from Washington Bullets.

 

Chris Webber net worth
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NationalityAmerican
Playing career1993–2008
Weight245 lb (111 kg)
Height6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Total Earnings$ 178 million (Stats)
Age44 years

Apart from being “NBA Rookie of the Year” in 1994, he has been 5 times “All-NBA team member” and a 5 time “NBA All-Star”.

Chris Webber net worth

YearChris Webber net worth
2017$ 80 million
2016$ 70 million
2015$ 65 million
2014$ 62 million
2013$ 60 million

 

About:

After playing basketball in the high school, Webber continued the game in his college years. He enrolled at the University of Michigan and had a group of five individuals including himself, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Ray Jackson, and Jimmy King. The group could make it up to NCAA finals twice, however, they lost both times. Soon four of the teammates (Webber, Howard, Rose, and King) made it to the NBA.

Over the subsequent years, he played for many teams and gained much fame and popularity.

Post-basketball career, instead of sitting idle, Webber became an analyst. Apart from working with NBA TV’s “NBA Gametime Live”, he also made appearances on other shows as well.

Later he announced that he is working on a book that will soon be completed. Webber has also invested in other ventures, which additionally boosts his overall fortune.

Other interest:

In 1994, Webber showed interest in African-American artifacts. At first, he had a small collection which was meant for personal use, however with time, he changed his mind and thus made it available for public exhibit.