Burdette Haldorson is a professional basketball player who plays Forward as number 22. Haldorson’s height is 6 ft 9 in. Haldorson was born on January 24, 1934, in Austin, Minnesota. Haldorson’s weight is 225 pounds. This article takes a deep dive into Burdette Haldorson’s net worth.
In high school, Burdette Haldorson played basketball for Austin High School (Austin, Minnesota) (Austin, Minnesota). Haldorson played basketball in college with Colorado Buffaloes men’s basketball (1951-1955). In the 1955 draft, Haldorson was chosen number 23 in round 4 by the St. Louis Hawks.
Haldorson played for the Luckett-Nix Clippers during 1955 as well as the Phillips 66ers in 1955-1960. Some of the highlights of Burdette Haldorson’s career include: 2x First-team All-Big Eight Conference, 4x AAU Men’s Basketball All-Americans, and No. 22 retired by the Retired jerseys.
Haldorson won a gold medal in the 1956 Summer Olympics in the Basketball at the 1956 Summer Olympics event. Haldorson won a gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics in the Basketball at the 1960 Summer Olympics event. Haldorson won a gold medal in the 1959 Pan American Games in the Basketball at the 1959 Pan American Games event.
Basketball player annual payments range between $20,000 and tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of circumstances. Although on average, NBA players earn a salary of almost $2 million, a few with D-league crossover agreements receive as little as $50,000. The salary cap for NBA players is around $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, salaries can be as low as $20,000 annually for minor league teams.
So what is basketball player Burdette Haldorson’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Burdette Haldorson’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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