Selected in the 1999 NBA draft, Steve Francis is an American former professional basketball player. He played in between 1999 to 2010 and during his career, he could earn over $ 100 million. However, as of now, Steve Francis Net Worth is estimated to be $ 55 million while in the previous year, his net worth was $ 54 million.
Though retired, Francis still earns a decent amount and next year, it’s expected that Steve Francis Net Worth would be $ 57 million. The figure is calculated after analyzing the taxes and expenses.
Full details regarding his income are given below.
|Memphis Grizzlies (2008-09)||$2,636,550|
|Portland Trail Blazers (2008-09)||$17,180,000|
|Houston Rockets (2007-08)||$2,430,000|
|Portland Trail Blazers (2007-08)||$15,070,000|
|New York Knicks (2006-08)||$15,070,000|
|Orlando Magic (2008-06)||$13,700,000|
|Orlando Magic (2004-05)||$12,330,000|
|Houston Rockets (2003-04)||$10,960,000|
|Houston Rockets (2002-03)||$4,383,581|
|Houston Rockets (2001-02)||$3,473,520|
|Houston Rockets (2000-01)||$3,246,960|
|Houston Rockets (1999-00)||$3,020,520|
|Total Income earned||$103,501,131|
As you can check above, till date, Steve Francis has earned $ 103,501,131 from salary alone. Then apart from that he also made a decent amount through endorsing various products and also via public appearances.
Steve Francis Net Worth : How it started?
Steven D’Shawn Francis, better known by his professional name, Steve Francis was born and raised Takoma Park, Maryland. While he was young, people called him “Wink”.
Living with his grandmother, he attended the San Jacinto College of Texas. Thereafter for higher education, he got enrolled into the Allegany College of Maryland in 1997. During that time period, he played basketball and even took two unbeaten teams into the National Junior College Tournament.
After college, he began his professional career as a basketball player in 1999. He was first selected in Houston Rockets. Francis played for the team in-between 1999 and 2004. As after that, he was selected for Orlando Magic (2004–2006).