Bobby Parks was a professional basketball player who played Guard as number 22. Parks’s height was 6 ft 3 in. Parks died on March 30, 2013, in Pasay, Philippines. Parks was born on November 26, 1961, in Grand Junction, Tennessee, U.S. This article takes a deep dive into Bobby Parks’s net worth.
Parks played basketball in college with Memphis Tigers men’s basketball (1980-1984) and started playing professionally in 1984. In the 1984 Philippine Basketball Association draft, Parks was chosen number 58 in round 3 by the Atlanta Hawks. Parks left the game of basketball in 1999.
Parks played for the Pensacola Tornados (Continental Basketball Association) during 1985-1986 as well as the Mississippi Jets (CBA) in 1986-1987. Later, Parks played for the San Miguel Beermen (Philippine Basketball Association) throughout 1987, the Shell Turbo Chargers (PBA) over 1988-1989, the Rockford Lightning (CBA) during 1989-1990, and the Shell (PBA) during 1990-1993. Some of the highlights of Bobby Parks’s career included: Philippine Basketball Association Hall of Fame, 7-time Bobby Parks PBA Best Import of the Conference Award, 5,000 point club, and 2,000 rebound club.
Player annual payments can range between a few thousand dollars and tens of millions of dollars per year, depending on a number of circumstances. Although on average, NBA players make a salary of nearly $2 million, a few with D-league crossover contracts receive as little as $50,000. The salary cap for NBA players is close to $100 million, although currently nobody earns anywhere near that amount. The top players in the NBA earn close to $35 million. Outside of the National Basketball Association, annual payments can go below $20,000 per year for minor league teams.
So what was basketball player Bobby Parks’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Bobby Parks’s net worth at death is:
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