Karl Malone Net Worth: Karl Malone is an American retired professional basketball power forward who has a net worth of $75 million. Karl Malone was born July 24, 1963 in Summerfield, Louisiana. Malone entered the NBA in 1985 with the Utah Jazz. He lead the team into the NBA Finals in 1998 and 1999. He was named to the All-NBA first team 11 times and won gold medals at the Olympics in 1992 and 1996. He was twice named the NBA's Most Valuable Player (1997, 1999). In 2003, he left the Jazz and played his final season with the Los Angeles Lakers. He led the Summerfield High School basketball team to three consecutive Louisiana Class C titles from 1979 to his senior season in 1981. Although recruited by University of Arkansas basketball coach Eddie Sutton, Malone enrolled at Louisiana Tech University, which was closer to home. He joined the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball team in his second year and played under coach Andy Russo. In his second season with Louisiana Tech (1983–1984), Malone averaged 18.7 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. Louisiana Tech would finish the 1984–1985 season 29–3, at the top of the Southland Conference, and advance to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history; the team finished at the Sweet 16 round. In each of his three seasons with the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, Malone was an All-Southland selection. The Oregon National Guard made Malone an honorary member after the U.S. national team beat the Venezuelan team 127–80 in the gold-medal game of the 1992 Olympic qualifier tournament. Malone played in the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics and won gold medals with the US team both years. In the 1996 Olympics, Malone averaged 8.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game and made 56.9% of two-point field goal attempts and 52.9% of free throw attempts. Malone is regarded as one of the best power forwards in the history of the NBA and was known as "The Mailman" for his consistent delivery.
Karl Malone Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jul 24, 1963 (52 years old)
Wrestler, Basketball player, Actor
United States of America
6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
265 lbs (120 kg)
The Mailman, Karl Anthony Malone
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Karl Malone Earnings
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- Los Angeles Lakers (2003-04)$1,500,000
- Utah Jazz (2002-03)$19,250,000
- Utah Jazz (2001-02)$17,500,000
- Utah Jazz (2000-01)$15,750,000
- Utah Jazz (1999-00)$14,000,000
- Utah Jazz (1998-99)$6,142,000
- Utah Jazz (1997-98)$5,118,578
- Utah Jazz (1996-97)$4,657,000
- Utah Jazz (1995-96)$3,676,000
- Utah Jazz (1994-95)$3,378,800
- Utah Jazz (1993-94)$3,081,000
- Utah Jazz (1992-93)$2,854,000
- Utah Jazz (1991-92)$2,556,000
- Utah Jazz (1990-91)$2,260,000
- Utah Jazz (1988-89)$1,350,000
- Utah Jazz (1987-88)$835,000
- Utah Jazz (1985-86)$225,000
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