Bob Kurland was a professional basketball player. Kurland’s height was 7 ft 0 in. Kurland died on September 29, 2013, in Sanibel Island, Florida. Kurland was born on December 23, 1924, in St. Louis. This article takes a deep dive into Bob Kurland’s net worth.
In high school, Bob Kurland played basketball for Jennings (Jennings, Missouri). Kurland played basketball in college with Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball (1942-1946) and started playing professionally in 1946. Kurland left the game of basketball in 1952.
Kurland played for the Phillips 66ers during 1946-1952. Some of the highlights of Bob Kurland’s career included: 3× AAU champion, 6× AAU Men’s Basketball All-Americans, 2× List of NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball champions, Helms Foundation College Basketball Player of the Year, Sporting News Men’s College Basketball Player of the Year, 2× NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player, 3× Consensus first-team NCAA Men’s Basketball All-Americans, and First-team All-Missouri Valley Conference.
Kurland won a gold medal in the 1948 Summer Olympics in the Basketball at the 1948 Summer Olympics event. Kurland won a gold medal in the 1952 Summer Olympics in the Basketball at the 1952 Summer Olympics event.
Player annual payments can range between $20,000 and tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of circumstances. Although typical NBA players make a salary of almost $2 million, a few with D-league crossover deals are paid as little as $50,000. The salary cap for NBA players is nearly $100 million, although currently no player makes anywhere near that much money. The top players in the NBA earn around $35 million. Outside of the National Basketball Association, annual payments can dip below $20,000 per year for minor league teams.
So what was basketball player Bob Kurland’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Bob Kurland’s net worth at death is:
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