Published On: Tue, Jun 20th, 2017

Allen Iverson Net Worth: How Much Rich Is Allen Iverson?

Allen Iverson Net Worth in 2017: $1 million

Allen Iverson is an American professional basketball player who started to play the basketball from his school age, he is known as the one of the most valuable player of NBA and now his total worth is $1 million.


The American player was born on June 7, 1975 in Hampton, Virginia: when he was a small child his father left the family, he started to play football and basketball as point guard in his school days as he was the member of school team.

Iverson faced many troubles in his start days, he confronted with number of legal problems but he played the basketball match from his team, he led his team towards victory and has won Big East Rookie of the Year award at Georgetown.

He played two seasons in Georgetown then he was selected in 1996 NBA draft by the Philadelphia 76ers, he was the shortest in height in his category selection but no one knew that this boy will write his name in the book of history.

Allen played the both shooting guard and point guard positions, he has played 14 seasons in National Basketball Association and in his NBA career he played for the Detroit Pistons, Denver Nuggets and Memphis Grizzlies.

In 2001 he was named as best valuable player of the league, according to estimate his total NBA salary is $155 million in his whole career without the endorsements earning.

He has played many matches in NBA seasons, in 2010 he retired from NBA and moved to Europe to continue his basketball career, he made a contract with Reebok for $1 million every year and he will get $55 million at the age of 55.

Due to his outstanding performances he has received a number of awards along many nominations and that are Rookie of the Year, NBA Rookie Challenge MVP and he has received All-Star player award 11 times.

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