Morgan Hikaru Aiken is a professional basketball player who plays Point guard for the Kagawa Five Arrows as number 23. Aiken was born on July 15, 1994, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Aiken’s height is 5 ft 10 in. Aiken’s weight is 162 pounds. This article takes a deep dive into Morgan Hikaru Aiken’s net worth.
In high school, Morgan Hikaru Aiken played basketball for Saint Paul Christian School (Harmon, Guam; Guam). Aiken played basketball in college with Eastern University (United States) University of Texas at El Paso and started playing professionally in 2015. Aiken was first drafted in 2015.
Aiken played for the Akita Northern Happinets (PP) during 2015 as well as the Tokyo Cinq Rêves in 2016. Later, Aiken played for the Kagawa Five Arrows throughout 2016-2017. Some of the highlights of Morgan Hikaru Aiken’s career include: 1x IIAAG High School State Champion, Pacific Player of the Year, IIAAG First Team All-Island, 2x IIAAH Second Team All-Island, Far East Japan, 2nd Place, 2x Far East Japan First Team All-Tourney, Far East Japan Highest Free-throw Percentage, Youngest basketball player from Guam to sign professional contract, and 1 of 3 basketball players from Guam to sign professional contract.
Basketball player yearly earnings range between a few thousand dollars and tens of millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of statistics. Although most professional NBA players earn a salary of around $2 million, a few with D-league crossover contracts earn as little as $50,000. The salary cap for NBA players is nearly $100 million, although currently no player makes anywhere near that much money. The top players in the league earn around $35 million. Outside of the National Basketball Association, yearly earnings can be as low as $20,000 annually for minor league teams.
So what is basketball player Morgan Hikaru Aiken’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Morgan Hikaru Aiken’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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