Derrick Rose net worth: Derrick Rose is an American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $85 million. Derrick Rose currently earns a salary of $18.8 million playing for The Chicago Bulls. He also earns an additional $10 million from endorsements ever year. Rose stands 6 feet 3 inches tall and is a point guard. He has established himself as an elite athlete who is extremely strong and fast. In 2009, Derrick Rose was voted "Rookie of the Year." Derrick Rose was born and raised in the Englewood area, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods on Chicago's South Side. He was Brenda Rose's fourth son after Dwayne, Reggie and Allan, but the first in seven years. All three were talented basketball players who taught Rose the in and outs of basketball on nearby courts. By the time Rose enrolled at Simeon Career Academy in 2003, he was a hot commodity for collegiate coaches. Despite his reputation, he played freshmen and JV basketball for the Wolverines. Entering his senior year, Rose was ranked the fifth best prospect in the nation by Sports Illustrated. On December 20th, 2011, Derrick signed a 5 year $94 million contract extension with the Chicago Bulls. His salary in 2014 is $17.6 million. After being drafted by the Bulls in 2008, Rose signed a shoe deal with Adidas for $1 million per year. He has also signed with Wilson Sporting Goods. Other endorsement deals include Skullcandy headphones, Powerade, Force Factor sports drinks and a suburban Chicago Nissan dealership. His agent is former Bulls guard, B. J. Armstrong.
Derrick Rose Net Worth
Date of Birth
Oct 4, 1988 (27 years old)
Basketball player, Athlete
United States of America
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
190 lbs (86 kg)
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Derrick Rose Earnings
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- Chicago Bulls (2012-13)$16,402,500
- Chicago Bulls (2011-12)$6,993,708
- Chicago Bulls (2010-11)$5,546,160
- Chicago Bulls (2009-10)$5,184,480
- Chicago Bulls (2008-09)$4,822,800
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