Stephon Marbury net worth is $ 45 Million. Born on February 20, 1977, Marbury is an American professional basketball player. At present, he is associated with Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association. In 2012, 2014 and 2015, has won three championships with Beijing Ducks. It was reported that the player was earning $25,000per month as his gross salary. Stephon Marbury earned over $ 2 million dollars through endorsement deals such as that of Andl.
His earning over the years:
|1998-99||New Jersey Nets||NBA||$2,562,000|
|1999-00||New Jersey Nets||NBA||$9,000,000|
|2000-01||New Jersey Nets||NBA||$10,130,000|
|2004-05||New York Knicks||NBA||$14,625,000|
|2005-06||New York Knicks||NBA||$16,453,125|
|2006-07||New York Knicks||NBA||$17,184,375|
|2007-08||New York Knicks||NBA||$19,012,500|
|2008-09||New York Knicks||NBA||$20,840,625|
|Career||(may be incomplete)||$151,115,945|
The salary shown above is the pre tax income from various teams. However after decudcting taxes and other expences, Stephon Marbury net worth is now estimated to be $ 45 Million in 2016.
Raised in Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn, Marbury also goes by the nickname “Starbury”. He attended Abraham Lincoln High School, where he started playing basketball from early days. Later, he was named New York State Mr. Basketball, in his senior year.
Even in college, he excelled at the game and in 1995, he was named McDonalds All-American along with future NBA All-Stars Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Antawn Jamison, and Shareef Abdur-Rahim. The same year, he was amongst the top five recruits in the country.
Stephon Marbury began his career in 1996. He was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1996 NBA draft and then later traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for the draft rights to Ray Allen. He averaged 15.8 points in his first season.