Korver net worth
|2019-20 SEASON STATS|
|2019-20 SEASON STATS|
Kyle Korver made a name for himself as one of the best shooters in NBA history during his career. Regardless of who he played for, he was known for being able to heat up from three-point range in an instant. Today, we will take a look at Kyle Korver’s net worth in 2021.
|Net Worth||$30 million|
|Sponsors||Seer Outfitters, Nike|
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kyle Korver has an estimated net worth of $30 million.
The sharpshooting forward played four years of college hoops with the Creighton Bluejays.
Korver bagged back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference MVP awards in 2002 and 2003. He also finished his career at Creighton fourth all-time in scoring (1,801), leader in three-pointers made (371) and three-point attempts (819), first in three-point (45.3) and free throw (89.1) accuracy.
His #25 is also retired by the Creighton Bluejays.
In the 2003 NBA Draft, Kyle Korver was selected as the 51st overall pick by the New Jersey Nets.
However, Korver was immediately traded to the Philadelphia 76ers for $125,000.
“I found out shortly afterwards that I had been traded to Philly. I’m not sure if traded is the right word.” Korver said during his commencement speech at Creighton.
“I was more or less sold for an undisclosed amount of money. I later found out (the Nets) used that money to pay for the entry fee for their summer league team, and with the leftover money, they bought a copy machine.”
He then signed his contract worth $986,977 and for two years, with the Sixers.
In his sophomore year, Korver set the Sixers record for most three-pointers made with 226.
The following season, he signed a contract extension worth $22 million for five years to stay in Philadelphia.
In the first few months of the 2007-2008 NBA season, the Sixers traded Korver to the Utah Jazz where he would play out the remainder of his contract.
On July 13, 2010, Kyle Korver signed a three-year, $15 million contract with the Chicago Bulls. He spent two full seasons with the Bulls before being traded to the Atlanta Hawks for cash considerations.
In the 2013 offseason, Korver signed a four-year, $24 million contract extension with the Hawks.
In his second season in Atlanta, Korver passed Jason Richardson for 15th all-time in three-pointers made. In the same season, he was named for his one and only NBA All-Star selection — replacing the injured Dwyane Wade.
The 2014-2015 NBA season proved to be the best individual season for Kyle Korver. Not only was he named an All-Star, but he was also named as the recipient of the Joe Dumars Trophy for the 2014-2015 NBA Sportsmanship Award.
On January 7, 2017, Korver was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Mike Dunleavy and Mo Williams.
Kyle Korver then re-signed with the Cavs for three years worth $22 million.
At the start of the 2018-2019 NBA season, Kyle Korver was on his way back to Utah after the Cavs traded him for Alec Burks. This was the start of a roller coaster amount of moves for the sharpshooting forward.
On July 6, 2019, Korver was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies as a part of the package for Mike Conley. He was then traded to the Phoenix Suns where he was eventually waived.
He then signed with the Milwaukee Bucks for the remainder of the season for $2.5 million.
After 17 NBA seasons in the NBA, Kyle Korver has now joined Steve Nash’s staff at the Brooklyn Nets as a player development assistant coach.
Throughout his NBA career, Korver scored 11,953 points, made 2,450 three-pointers, and shot 44% from the field.
According to Spotrac, Kyle Korver earned about $83,721,338 in a span of 17 years in the NBA.
Kyle Korver started the Kyle Korver Foundation and Seer Outfitters in an effort to provide for the underprivileged and other causes around the country. 100% of the profits of Seer Outfitters
“That’s the fun thing about the Kyle Korver Foundation – there are so many projects. We are trying to partner with people, see what they do and how we can help. Spreading awareness through T-shirts and have fun doing it.” Korver said in an interview with Conscious Magazine.
Kyle Korver’s playing career is probably done, but his new job just proves that he can’t stay away from the game that he loves for too long.
We will see if Korver finally gets to win an NBA Championship as part of the Nets’ coaching staff.