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Robert Horry Net Worth

Robert Horry Net Worth is
$20 Million

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Robert Horry Net Worth $20 Million

Robert Horry is a retired American basketball player that has an estimated net worth of $20 million. Robert Horry began his career when he was in high school, as he signified Andalusia High School’s basketball team. In school, he played for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Horry was selected to the All-Southeastern Conference, the SEC All-Defensive as well as the SEC All-Academic teams. Subsequently, he moved on to be a professional NBA player when he was selected through the NBA Draft by Houston Rockets in 1992. During his stint with all the Rocket, the team won NBA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Subsequently in 1996, Horry was traded to the Phoenix Suns. Following the incident between him and Rockets trainer Danny Ainge led to his suspension and was traded to Los Angeles Lakers in 1997. He retired from playing basketball in 2008. He’s married to Keva Develle in 1997 and has two children, Cameron and Ashlyn, who perished in 2011 due to uncommon genetic disorder.

Full NameRobert Horry
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1970
Place Of BirthHarford County, Maryland USA
ProfessionRetired Basketball Player, Sports Commentator
EducationAndalusia High School, University of Alabama
SpouseKeva Develle (m. 1997–2011)
ChildrenJade Horry, Ashlyn Horry, Cameron Horry
ParentsLeila Horry, Robert Horry Sr.
AwardsNaismith Alabama High School Player of the Year, NBA champion (1994, 1995, 2000–2002, 2005, 2007), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1993)
1Known for hitting clutch 3-pointers
1Appeared in a commercial for "1-800-Lawyers". [2009]
2Playing in NBA Finals for San Antonio Spurs against Detriot Pistons. [June 2005]
3Professional basketball player with the NBA's Houston Rockets (1992-1996), Phoenix Suns (1996-1997[start), Los Angeles Lakers (1996-1997[end] through 2002-2003), San Antonio Spurs (2003-2008).
4He and John Salley are the only two players in NBA history to win championships with three different teams.
5Has been in the playoffs every year of his NBA career (as of 2005).
6Has won six NBA championships - two with the Rockets, three with the Lakers and one with the Spurs (as of 2005).
7First-round pick by the Houston Rockets in 1992.


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