Gerald Henderson was a professional basketball player. Henderson was born on January 16, 1956, in Richmond, Virginia. Henderson’s weight is 175 pounds. Henderson’s height is 6 ft 2 in. This article takes a deep dive into Gerald Henderson’s net worth.
In high school, Gerald Henderson played basketball for Huguenot High School (Richmond, Virginia). Henderson played basketball in college with VCU Rams men’s basketball (1974-1978) and started playing professionally in 1979. In the 1978 draft, Henderson was chosen number 64 in round 3 by the San Antonio Spurs. Henderson left the game of basketball in 1994.
Henderson played for the Tucson Gunners during 1978-1979 as well as the Boston Celtics in 1979-1983. Later, Henderson played for the Seattle SuperSonics throughout 1984-1986-, the New York Knicks over 1986-1987-, the Philadelphia 76ers during 1987-1988, and the Milwaukee Bucks during 1989-. Some of the highlights of Gerald Henderson’s career included: 3× List of NBA champions, and No. 22 Retired numbers.
Henderson set a career record of 7,773 (8.9 ppg) points, 1,453 (1.7 rpg) rebounds, and 3,141 (3.6 apg) assists.
Player annual payments can range between $20,000 and millions of dollars per year, depending on a number of considerations. Although typical NBA players make a salary of almost $2 million, some with D-league crossover contracts earn as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is nearly $100 million, although currently no player makes anywhere near that much money. The top players earn approximately $35 million. Outside of the NBA, yearly earnings can dip below $20,000 annually for minor league teams.
Gerald Henderson’s salary in 2018 was $1 million.
So what is basketball player Gerald Henderson’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Gerald Henderson’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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