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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Net Worth

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Net Worth is
$20 Million

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bio/Wiki 2018

Produced on April 16, 1947 in New York, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was raised as a Roman Catholic but was later converted into Islam in the early 1960s. During his high school years, Jabbar led thePower Memorial Academyinto three championships. In school, he played for the University of California Los Angeles Bruins. In 1969, he was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks as its first overall pick in the 1969 NBA Draft. He played together with the franchise until 1975 when he was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers collectively with Walt Wesley. He played with the Lakers until 1989.

It is often said the total amount of Kareem Abdul Jabbar net worth is as high as $20 million dollars. He’s made his name well-known due to his successful career in professional basketball. So, basketball continues to be the primary source of Kareem Abdul Jabbar net worth, at the same time. Yet, now he’s retired from this profession. The basketball player was created in 1947 in NYC and his birth name is Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr. In those days, he was playing basketball for UCLA, also. In his school career, Kareem Abdul Jabbar got the title of the Player of the Year two times. Also, he was selected to be first-team All American three times. Kareem Abdul Jabbar also became a winner of three tournaments. In 1969, he was even given together with the initiative Naismith College Player of the Year award.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Net Worth $20 Million

He belonged to the team up until 1975 and playing in it additionally added up to the entire amount of Kareem Abdul Jabbar net worth. After playing in this team, he went to play for the Los Angeles Lakers. So, playing in this team made his name even more understood and added up to the entire number of Kareem Abdul Jabbar net worth. Along with all these mentioned honours, Kareem Abdul Jabbar was titled as the very first-team All-NBA player ten times and All Star player 19 times. Additionally, he is a scoring champ two times. When he retired from his profession as a professional basketball player, Kareem Abdul Jabbar was hired as a trainer for the Los Angeles Lakers. Also, he appeared in various TV shows and series, including “Full House”. So, after his retirement, he still was able to keep his name well known.

Abdul Jabbar was formerly wed to Habiba Abdul-Jabbar (b. Janice Brown). The couple had three kids together, Kareem Jr., Sultana and Habiba.

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