The late Professional Basketball Player, Andre Emmett’s net worth was estimated to be $1 million at the time of his death. He had managed to amass such enormous wealth from his career as a basketball player in some of the biggest basketball teams.
Andre Emmett passed away on September 23, 2019, after being shot in Dallas, US. A passerby found Emmett and called 911. After taken to the hospital he was pronounced dead. Andre was a young father of two adorable baby daughters whose pictures he has all over his Instagram.
As stated earlier, Andre Emmett’s net worth was estimated to be $1 million. He had accumulated such a good sum from his career as a professional basketball player. In fact, Andre Emmett’s salary was $69K per season as of 2012 while he was in Brooklyn Nets. He was playing for 3’s Company at the time of his death which must also be paying Andre hefty amounts.
The professional basketball player, Andrew Emmett’s net worth is estimated at $1 million. Image Source: Pinterest.
Emmett worked his way up to success. He played college basketball for 4 years for Bob Knight at Texas Tech University. Moreover, he was the 2nd all-time leading scorer for Red Raiders and the 4th all-time leading scorer in the Big 12 falling just behind Buddy Hield, LaceDarius Dunn, and Jarrius Jackson with 2,256 points.
Emmett has also played for a number of teams, both national and international, over the course of his basketball career. Moreover, during his time in Miami Heat in 2005-2006, his salary per season was a whopping $845,137. Likewise, Andre’s salary per season in 2004-2005, while he played for Memphis Grizzlies, was $520K.
Looking into Andre’s Instagram, it’s quite evident that he was living quite a happy life with his two adorable daughters, Kennedy and Zara.
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The late basketball player had been very secretive about the personal aspects of his life, like dating and relationships. However, we do know that he was a great father who looked proud of being one. The tragic loss of the legend has devastated and put his fans to tears.