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Basketball player who currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan estimated to have amounted net worth about $60 million. Being a basketball player of course the pivotal source of money by Tim Duncan. Along his career playing basketball with from 1997 to 2011, this man has received salary about $183,544,536. Tim Duncan Net WorthTim Duncan also received some payment form the endorsement too. Some companies who endorse Tim Duncan are Bridgestone tires, Gunn Auto, HEB supermarket, Adidas, American Express, Nike, Energizer and Coca-Cola Company.
Tim Duncan Net Worth $60 Million Dollars
The media also wrote in their column that Tim Duncan salary is about $3.5 million a year after signed the new contract with the San Antonio Spurs. Timothy Theodore “Tim” Duncan who was born in Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands in April 25, 1976 and now played as a power forward/center for the San Antonio Spurs. While attending St. Dunstan’s Episcopal High School, he was averaging 25 points per game. He later received several college scholarships but latter Tim Duncan chooses to attend Odom’s Wake Forest Demon Deacons in Wake Forest University. Latter he leads the campus team to the victory after scored 12 points to go with 22 rebounds and 8 blocks. Finally in the 1997, Tim Duncan was selected for the 1997 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs and grabbed 22 rebounds in his rookie year. In the 2003 to 2007 season, Tim Duncan asked to be the leader for the San Antoni Spurs and then averaging about 22.3 points, 12.4 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.7 blocks. Tim Duncan may not the highest basketball player on the day, but many people predict that he will get that stage soon. According to the San Antonio Spurs’ site, Tim Duncan was paid about $2,967,840 when first time joining the team. Latter Tim Duncan also paid about $19,014,188 in 2007-2008 season, $20,598,704 in the following season and over $22,183,220 for 2009-2010 season with the San Antonio Spurs.