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2006-07 SEASON STATS
PTSREBASTBLKSTL
3.70.80.60.10.2
HT/WT6' 8", 210 lbs
DOB01/31/1973
SalaryN/A
CollegeMichigan
Draft1994
HometownN/A
Status
Inactive
2006-07 SEASON STATS
PTSREBASTBLKSTL
3.70.80.60.10.2
HT/WT6' 8", 210 lbs
DOB01/31/1973
SalaryN/A
CollegeMichigan
Draft1994
HometownN/A
Status
Inactive

Jalen Rose's Net Worth in 2021

By JR Malabanan

One of the best multi-dimensional players in the NBA. Jalen Rose has enjoyed his life during his playing career and after his retirement. Let us now take a look at Jalen Rose’s net worth in 2021.

Net Worth $50 million
Age 48
Salary Retired
Sponsors BetMGM, NY Times,
Sports Basketball

Jalen Rose’s Net Worth in 2021 (estimate): $50 Million

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Jalen Rose’s net worth in 2021 is around $50 million.

Jalen Rose is a 6 ft 8 in small forward/point guard out of Detroit Michigan. He was part of the famous Fab Five of the University of Michigan that reached the NCAA Finals in 1992 and 1993. During his stay with the Wolverines, Rose racked up over 1700 points, 400 rebounds, 400 assists, and 100 steals. And with his height and play style, he drew comparisons to Magic Johnson.

In the 1994 NBA Draft, Jalen Rose was selected with the 13th overall pick by the Denver Nuggets. His rookie salary with Denver was $10.2 million for six years. He earned All-Rookie Second Team honors in 1995.

However, after two years with the Nuggets, Rose was traded to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for Mark Jackson and Ricky Pierce. The Jalen Rose and Reggie Miller duo became a formidable threat against anyone, which is the Pacers made it to three straight appearances in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Rose became the first player in eight years, other than Reggie Miller, to lead the Pacers in scoring during the 1999-2000 season. He averaged 18.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4 assists as he was named the NBA’s Most Improved Player.

In that season, the Pacers went on to face the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Jalen Rose admitted that he tried to injure Kobe Bryant in Game 2 of the series because he was giving the Pacers a difficult time. But that didn’t stop Kobe and the Lakers as they beat the Pacers in six games.

Jalen Rose signed a seven-year $93 million extension with the Pacers before the 2000-2001 season. The following year, however, Rose was traded to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for Brad Miller and Ron Artest. He spent one and a half seasons with the Bulls before being dealt again.

After 16 games in the 2003-2004 season, Rose was on his way up north as he was traded to the Toronto Raptors. And midway through the 2005-2006 season, Rose was on his way to New York in a trade to free up the Raptors’ cap space.

For the 2006-2007 season, Rose signed a one-year $1.5 million deal with the Phoenix Suns. He only played nine games with the Suns.

During his tenure in the NBA, Jalen Rose earned an estimated amount of $102,020,213, according to Spotrac.

After a fruitful NBA career, Rose transitioned to retirement beautifully as he picked up gigs as a broadcaster, analyst, author, host, and business owner.

Rose worked as an analyst and host in various shows with SportsCenter, ABC/ESPN, and the NBA. Currently, he is hosting two shows under ESPN. The first one is a national US sports radio show on ESPN radio called Jalen & Jacoby, with David Jacoby. The second one is a three-hour morning sports talk show with ESPN called Get Up! with Michelle Beadle and Mike Greenberg.

In 2015, Rose released a book titled “Got to Give the People What They Want”, a book about his life story. The book is a New York Times Bestseller and is included in the list of Michigan Notable Books from 2016.

Rose also has a partnership with New York Post where he hosts a podcast and has a weekly column under the name “Renaissance Man”.

In 2007, Jalen Rose created an independent management and production company based in Los Angeles called Three Tier Entertainment. His company manages talent including directors, actors, and screenplay writers. They also develop television and film projects.

In 2011, Rose produced an ESPN documentary titled “The Fab Five”, which focused on their journey with the Michigan Wolverines — including the fame, struggles, and controversies that he and his teammates encountered.

Aside from his many business ventures, Jalen Rose also gives back to the community to help create opportunities for underserved youth.

In 2011, Rose established the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. This is an open enrollment, tuition-free public charter high school on the Northwest side of Detroit. The JRLA serves over 400 students from ninth to twelfth grade, and its inaugural class graduated in 2015.

According to their website, the JRLA provides a leadership-focused education that engages and inspires youth to achieve at the rigorous level necessary to ultimately graduate with a college degree.

Jalen Rose has received numerous awards for his philanthropic efforts such as the Michiganian of the Year Award, 11th Annual National Civil Rights Museum Sports Legacy Award, and the 2016 Mannie Jackson – Basketball's Human Spirit Award.

In 2021, the JRLA received a $1 million donation courtesy of Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores via the Tom Gores Family Foundation.

“Schools like ours rely on donors to bridge the funding gap to ensure we reach our ambitious goals,” said Rose. “The Gores family and the Pistons organization have been our largest supporters. They’ve been vocal about the need to invest in our community, and more importantly, they’ve consistently put action behind their words. I hope their generosity encourages others to support our efforts.”

Jalen Rose had a great NBA career, and he is using the platform and the tools that he gained to help the people that are in need.