Bill Walton Net Worth
Bill Walton net worth: Bill Walton is an American retired professional basketball player and television sportscaster who has a net worth of $20 million. Bill Walton was born William Theodore Walter III in La Mesa, California in November 1952. When he was 17 Bill played for the United States basketball team at the 1970 FIBA World Championship. He played his college ball at the University of California, Los Angeles for head coach John Wooden. Walton helped lead UCLA to two straight seasons of 30-0 records and a won a record 88 games in a row. He was a two time NCAA Champion and both times won the NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player award. He was also a three time National college player of the year and Consensus first team All-American. Walton had his #32 jersey retired by UCLA. He was the #1 pick in the 1974 NBA Draft by the Portland Trail Blazers. He was also drafted by the American Basketball League's San Diego Conquistadors. Walton's NBA career was married by injuries. He played for the Blazers, San Diego/Los Angeles Clippers, and Boston Celtics. He won two NBA championships, one with the Blazers and another for the Celtics. In 1977 Walton was the NBA Finals MVP and in 1978 he was the NBA Most Valuable Player. His #32 jersey was retired by the Portland Trail Blazers and he was named to the NBA's 50th Anniversary Team. In 1993 he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. He overcame a stuttering problem to become a broadcaster. He has worked for NBC, the Clippers, ESPN and ABC, the Sacramento Kings, and the Pac-12. His son Luke won two NBA Championships with the Los Angeles Lakers, making them the first father and son pair to win multiple rings.
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Bill Walton Earnings
- Boston Celtics (1987-88)$425,000
- Boston Celtics (1985-86)$425,000