Jimmy King was a professional basketball player. King’s height is 6 ft 5 in. King was born on August 9, 1973, in South Bend, Indiana. King’s weight is 210 pounds. This article takes a deep dive into Jimmy King’s net worth.Image Credit: Fab_Five_original_crop.jpg: Skoch3 derivative work: Lpdrew (talk)
In high school, Jimmy King played basketball for Plano East Senior High School (Plano, Texas). King played basketball in college with Michigan Wolverines men’s basketball (1991-1995) and started playing professionally in 1995. In the 1995 draft, King was chosen number 35 in round 2 by the Toronto Raptors. King left the game of basketball in 2005.
King played for the Toronto Raptors during 1995 as well as the Quad City Thunder in 1996-1997. Later, King played for the Denver Nuggets throughout 1996, the Quad City Thunder over 1997-1999, the La Crosse Bobcats during 1999-2000, and the Sioux Falls Skyforce during 2000. Some of the highlights of Jimmy King’s career included: List of Continental Basketball Association champions, and CBA Most Valuable Player.
King set a career record of 285 (4.5 ppg) points, 112 (1.8 rpg) rebounds, and 90 (1.4 apg) assists.
Player salaries range between $20,000 and millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of considerations. Although typical NBA players earn a salary of around $2 million, some with D-league crossover deals receive as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is approximately $100 million, although currently nobody makes anywhere near that much money. The top players in the NBA earn approximately $35 million. Outside of the NBA, yearly earnings can be under $20,000 annually for minor league teams.
So what is basketball player Jimmy King’s net worth in 2018? King earned a career high salary of around $300,000 in ’97. Our estimate for Jimmy King’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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