Dave Meyers was a professional basketball player who played Power forward as number 21, 22, 7. Meyers’s height was 6 ft 8 in. Meyers’s weight was 215 pounds. Meyers died on October 9, 2015, in Temecula, California. Meyers was born on April 21, 1953, in San Diego, California. This article takes a deep dive into Dave Meyers’s net worth.
In high school, Dave Meyers played basketball for Sonora High School (La Habra, California). Meyers played basketball in college with UCLA Bruins men’s basketball (1972-1975) and started playing professionally in 1975. In the 1975 draft, Meyers was chosen number 2 in round 1 by the Los Angeles Lakers. Meyers left the game of basketball in 1980.
Meyers played for the Milwaukee Bucks during 1975-1979. Some of the highlights of Dave Meyers’s career included: 2× List of NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball champions, Consensus first-team NCAA Men’s Basketball All-Americans, and First-team List of All-Pac-12 Conference men’s basketball teams.
Meyers set a career record of 3,149 (11.2 ppg) points, 1,771 (6.3 rpg) rebounds, and 652 (2.3 apg) assists.
Basketball player annual payments vary between a couple thousand dollars and millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of circumstances. Although typical NBA players earn a salary of almost $2 million, a small contingent of players with D-league crossover agreements receive as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is approximately $100 million, although as of today no player makes anywhere near that much money. The top players earn approximately $35 million. Outside of the NBA, yearly earnings can be under $20,000 per year for minor league teams.
So what was basketball player Dave Meyers’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Dave Meyers’s net worth at death is:
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