Fred Hetzel was a professional basketball player who played Power forward / Center as number 44, 21, 20, 30. Hetzel was born on July 21, 1942, in Washington, D.C.. Hetzel’s weight is 220 pounds. Hetzel’s height is 6 ft 8 in. This article takes a deep dive into Fred Hetzel’s net worth.
In high school, Fred Hetzel played basketball for, Woodrow Wilson High School (Washington, D.C.) (Washington, D.C.), and Landon School (Bethesda, Maryland). Hetzel played basketball in college with Davidson Wildcats men’s basketball (1962-1965) and started playing professionally in 1965. In the 1965 draft, Hetzel was chosen number 1 in round 1 by the San Francisco Warriors. Hetzel left the game of basketball in 1971.
Hetzel played for the San Francisco Warriors during 1965-1967 as well as the Milwaukee Bucks in 1968. Later, Hetzel played for the Cincinnati Royals throughout 1968, the Philadelphia 76ers over 1969, and the Los Angeles Lakers during 1970. Some of the highlights of Fred Hetzel’s career included: NBA All-Rookie First Team, Consensus first-team NCAA Men’s Basketball All-Americans, Consensus second-team All-American, and 3× Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year.
Hetzel set a career record of 4,658 points, 2,444 rebounds, and 462 assists.
Player yearly earnings vary between a few thousand dollars and millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of considerations. Although most professional NBA players make a salary of about $2 million, some with D-league crossover deals earn as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is close to $100 million, although currently no player makes anywhere near that amount. The top players in the league 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 is basketball player Fred Hetzel’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Fred Hetzel’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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