Imani Boyette is a professional basketball player who plays Center for the Atlanta Dream as number 34. Boyette was born on October 11, 1994, in Los Angeles, California. Boyette’s height is 6 ft 7 in. This article takes a deep dive into Imani Boyette’s net worth.
In high school, Imani Boyette played basketball for Windward School (Los Angeles, California). Boyette played basketball in college with Texas Longhorns women’s basketball (2012-2016) and started playing professionally in 2016. In the 2016 Women’s National Basketball Association draft, Boyette was chosen number 10 in round 1 by the Chicago Sky.
Boyette played for the Chicago Sky during 2016 2017 as well as the Bnot Herziliya in 2016-2017. Later, Boyette played for the Atlanta Dream throughout 2017-present, and the Beijing Great Wall over 2017-present. Some of the highlights of Imani Boyette’s career include: WNBA All-Rookie Team, Big 12 Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year, Big 12 Female Sportsperson of the Year, 2× First-team All-Big 12, Second-team All-Big 12, Big 12 Freshman of the Year, and Big 12 All-Defensive Team.
Basketball yearly earnings vary between a few thousand dollars and tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of circumstances. Although typical NBA players make a salary of around $2 million, a small contingent of players with D-league crossover agreements earn as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is approximately $100 million, although as of today nobody brings in anywhere near that much money. The top players in the league earn nearly $35 million. Outside of the National Basketball Association, annual payments can go below $20,000 per year for minor league teams.
So what is basketball player Imani Boyette’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Imani Boyette’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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