Latrell Sprewell net worth: Latrell Sprewell is a former American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $50 thousand. Born Latrell Fontaine Sprewell on September 8, 1970, in Milwaukee Wisconsin, he played for the Golden State Warriors, the New Yorks Knicks and the Minnesota Timberwolves. In his heyday, Latrell was named to the annual NBA All-Star game four times, as well as he was instrumental for the Knicks to reach the NBA Finals and the Timberwolves the Western Conference finals. But all of his accomplishments were in vain, as they got shadowed by a 1997 incident, when Sprewell tried to choke coach P.J. Carlesimo during a practice. This led to a 68-game suspension and his career came to an end in 2005, when he turned down a $21-million three-year contract offer from the Timberwolves saying the money is not enough even to feed his children. His life has since started going downhill, as he lost two of his homes and was prohibited from seeing his children. Sprewell, who carved out his NBA career around his athleticism, versatility, and unrelenting slashing style, ended up leading a tragic life plagued with controversy and financial trouble despite having earned $100 million on the court professionally. An ex-girlfriend once sued him for $200 million. At one point he owed $3 million to the state of Wisconsin in back taxes. A boat he owned was reportedly repossessed with $1.3 million worth of payments remaining and $650,000 worth of missed payments. Two of his homes were foreclosed on. Today Sprewell reportedly lives in a rented modest house in Milwaukee
Latrell Sprewell Net Worth
Date of Birth
Sep 8, 1970 (45 years old)
United States of America
194 lbs (88 kg)
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Latrell Sprewell Earnings
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- Minnesota Timberwolves (2004-05)$14,625,000
- Minnesota Timberwolves (2003-04)$13,500,000
- New York Knicks (2002-03)$12,375,000
- New York Knicks (2001-02)$11,250,000
- New York Knicks (2000-01)$10,125,000
- New York Knicks (1999-00)$9,000,000
- New York Knicks (1998-99)$8,300,000
- Golden State Warriors (1997-98)$7,770,000
- Golden State Warriors (1996-97)$7,000,000
- Golden State Warriors (1995-96)$975,000
- Golden State Warriors (1994-95)$890,000
- Golden State Warriors (1993-94)$700,000
- Golden State Warriors (1992-93)$550,000
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