Lindsey Hunter was a professional basketball player. Hunter’s height is 6 ft 2 in. Hunter was born on December 3, 1970, in Utica, Mississippi. This article takes a deep dive into Lindsey Hunter’s net worth.Image Credit: Pete Souza, White House photographer
Hunter played basketball in college with, Alcorn State Braves men’s basketball (1988-1989), and Jackson State Tigers men’s basketball (1990-1993) and started playing professionally in 1993. In the 1993 draft, Hunter was chosen number 10 in round 1 by the Detroit Pistons. Hunter left the game of basketball in 2010.
Hunter played for the Detroit Pistons during 1993-1999 as well as the Milwaukee Bucks in 2000. Later, Hunter played for the Los Angeles Lakers throughout 2001, the Toronto Raptors over 2002, the Detroit Pistons during 2003-2007, and the Chicago Bulls during 2008-2009. Some of the highlights of Lindsey Hunter’s career included: 2× NBA champion, NBA All-Rookie Second Team, and Southwestern Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year.
Hunter set a career record of 7,956 (8.5 ppg) points, 2,021 (2.2 rpg) rebounds, and 2,506 (2.7 apg) assists.
Player salaries can range between a few thousand dollars and tens of millions of dollars per annum, depending on a number of circumstances. Although most professional NBA players make a salary of nearly $2 million, some with D-league crossover agreements earn as little as $50,000. The salary cap for National Basketball Association players is nearly $100 million, although currently nobody makes anywhere near that amount. The top players in the NBA earn around $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 Lindsey Hunter’s net worth in 2018? Hunter earned a career high salary of around $4 million in ’03. Our estimate for Lindsey Hunter’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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