Steve Patterson was a professional basketball player who played Center as number 50, 42, 32. Patterson’s weight was 225 pounds. Patterson’s height was 6 ft 9 in. Patterson died on July 28, 2004, in Phoenix, Arizona. Patterson was born on June 24, 1948, in Riverside, California. This article takes a deep dive into Steve Patterson’s net worth.
In high school, Steve Patterson played basketball for Santa Maria High School (Santa Maria, California). Patterson played basketball in college with UCLA Bruins men’s basketball (1968-1971) and started playing professionally in 1971. In the 1971 draft, Patterson was chosen number 18 in round 2 by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Patterson left the game of basketball in 1977.
Patterson played for the Cleveland Cavaliers during 1971-1975- as well as the Chicago Bulls in 1975. Later, Patterson played for the Sporting Gira Ozzano throughout 1976-1977. Some of the highlights of Steve Patterson’s career included: 3× List of NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball champions.
Patterson set a career record of 1,552 (4.4 ppg) points, 1,632 (4.7 rpg) rebounds, and 443 (1.3 apg) assists.
Basketball player yearly earnings range between a few thousand dollars and millions of dollars annually, depending on a number of circumstances. Although typical NBA players make a salary of approximately $2 million, a small contingent of players with D-league crossover deals are paid as little as $50,000. The salary cap for NBA players is around $100 million, although as of today no player earns anywhere near that amount. The top players in the NBA earn approximately $35 million. Outside of the National Basketball Association, yearly earnings can be as low as $20,000 annually for minor league teams.
So what was basketball player Steve Patterson’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Steve Patterson’s net worth at death is:
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