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Pat Riley Wiki/Biography
Patrick James Riley, simply known as Pat Riley, is a famous American basketball coach, a former professional basketball player, as well as a basketball executive. Pat Riley joined the NBA league in 1967, when he was chosen to play for the San Diego “Rockets” team during the NBA Draft. As a player, Pat Riley also represented the Los Angeles “Lakers” and Phoenix “Suns” teams. In 1972, Riley became the NBA Champion, and prior to that received a SEC Player of the Year award. Pat Riley became an assistant coach for the “Lakers” in 1979, while in 1981 he became the head coach of the team. In addition to the “Lakers”, Riley also worked with the New York “Knicks” and Miami “Heat”.
Pat Riley Net Worth $80 Million
Considered to be amongst the greatest coaches in the NBA league, Pat Riley managed to bring “Lakers” team to win the NBA Championship in 1982, 1985, 1987 and 1988, while in 2006 he won the championship with the Miami “Heat”. Among his other accomplishments as a head coach are winning the title of the NBA Coach of the Year three times, becoming the NBA All-Star Game head coach nine times, and making it to the list of “Top 10 Coaches in NBA History”. Currently, Pat Riley serves as a basketball executive and president of the Miami “Heat”, with which he won two NBA Championships. For his contributions to basketball, Pat Riley was rewarded with the “NBA Executive of the Year” award in 2011, and a year later in 2012, was given the Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award.
A well-known former basketball coach and player, how rich is Pat Riley? According to sources, Pat Riley’s net worth is estimated to be $80 million. In addition to his net worth and wealth, Pat Riley came into possession of a Coral Gables estate, the worth of which is $16.7 million.
Pat Riley was born in 1945 in Rome, New York, where he studied at the Linton High School. While studying in high school, Riley was a member of both basketball and football teams. Riley then excelled as a basketball player at the University of Kentucky. At the time, Riley was rewarded with NCAA Regional Player of the Year, and SEC Player of the Year awards for his basketball skills. Riley’s exceptional abilities led him to participate in the NBA Draft in 1967, where he was picked by the “Rockets”. Even though Riley also entered the NFL Draft and was chosen by the Dallas “Cowboys”, he decided to pursue a career in basketball instead.
After playing for such teams as the “Lakers” and “Knicks”, Riley ended his professional basketball career in 1976. Riley returned to NBA the next year, when he initially worked as a broadcaster for the “Lakers”. He then filled in as an assistant coach for Jack McKinney, thus starting his coaching career.
Aside from that, in 1988 Pat Riley released a book called “Showtime: Inside the Laker’s Breakthrough Season”, which instantly became a best-seller. Additionally, a game entitled “Pat Riley Basketball” was released in Riley’s honor.
An influential figure in basketball, Pat Riley has an estimated net worth of $80 million.
|Net Worth||$80 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 20, 1945 (age 70|
|Place Of Birth||Rome, New York, United States|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)|
|Weight||205 lbs (93 kg)|
|Profession||American football player, Coach, Basketball Coach|
|Education||University of Kentucky, Schenectady High School|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Chris Rodstrom (m. 1970)|
|Children||Elisabeth Riley, James Riley|
|Nicknames||Patrick James Riley , Pat , Riles , Patrick James "Pat" Riley|
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