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Malik Jabari Rose Wiki/Biography
Born Malik Jabari Rose on the 23rd November 1974 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, and is a retired basketball player who spent 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA), playing for the Charlotte Hornets (1996-1997), San Antonio Spurs (1997-2005), New York Knicks (2005-2009) and Oklahoma City Thunder (2009) as a forward. During his career, Malik won two NBA Championship rings, both with the San Antonio Spurs.
Have you ever wondered how rich Malik Rose is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Rose’s net worth is as high as $23 million, an amount earned through his successful career inbasketball. Also, after retirement, he became a broadcaster, while since April 2017 he has been serving as the general manager of the Erie BayHawks of the NBA G League, which further improved his wealth.
Malik Rose Net Worth $23 Million
A native of Philadelphia, Malik went to the same school that former 13-time All-Star Wilt Chamberlain attended, Overbrook High School where he started playing basketball. After matriculation, he enrolled at Drexel University, where he continued his sports career. He was rather successful while at the university since he was the star on his team and led the Drexel Dragons to the NCAA Tournament victory against the University of Memphis. Their win was regarded as an upset, and is to date the only title for Drexel.
Malik received All-American honors for his contribution, while he was also named America East Player of the Year twice, in 1995 and 1996.
After graduating in 1996, Malik declared for the 1996 NBA Draft, and was selected by the Charlotte Hornets as the 44th overall pick, which marked the start of his professional career and his net worth. Unfortunately, after only one season he became a free agent. However, that turned out to be great for young Malik, since the San Antonio Spurs signed him and he stayed with the Spurs until 2005, during which time Malik’s salary grew from $272,250 to $5.5 million, which increased his net worth significantly. To speak of his performance, Malik didn’t see much playing time, but in the 2002-2003 season was of great help to his team with 10.4 points, and 6.4 rebounds in the regular season and 9.3 points and 5.8 rebounds in the play-offs to win the NBA Championship. Also, he and the Spurs were champions in 1999.
In 2005 he was traded to the New York Knicks with draft picks, in exchange for Nazr Mohammed and Jamison Brewer. However, his already low numbers began to decline further, and after his playing time dropped to 10 minutes per game, he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunders. Unfortunately, after only 20 games for his new team, Malik was released by the club.
Malik finished his career with 5,003 points, 3,371 rebounds, and 684 assists. His jersey No. 00 was retired by Drexel University.
Although he retired from playing, Malik has stayed in basketball; he joined Madison Square Garden Network for the 2009-2010 season as a pregame analyst for the Knicks, which also added to his wealth. After his stint ended, he was hired as a color analyst for the Austin Toros of the NBA Development League, then taking a step forward in 2011, Malik became a color commentator for the Philadelphia 76ers, and held the job until 2015, further increasing his wealth.
In 2015, he became manager of basketball operations for the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA, while most recently he was appointed as general manager of the Erie BayHawks.
Regarding his personal life, Malik has been married to Tiffany since 2006; the couple has two children together, and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.
|Full Name||Malik Rose|
|Net Worth||$23 Million|
|Salary||7.648 million USD|
|Date Of Birth||November 23, 1974|
|Place Of Birth||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Height||6' 7" (2.01 m)|
|Education||Overbrook High School, Drexel University|
|1||Traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder. [February 2009]|
|2||Picked by the Charlotte Hornets in the 2nd round of the 1996 draft out of Drexel.|
|The 2003 NBA Finals||2003||TV Mini-Series||Himself - San Antonio Spurs|
|MSG Network: New York Knicks Basketball||1969||TV Series||Himself - Analyst|