Nate Robinson Biography, Age, Height, Family, Wife, NBA Career Stats, Slum Slam Titles, Boxing Record, Team List, Net Worth 2022, Health & Illness Update

Former NBA player Nate Robinson recently went viral after getting in the ring with Jake Paul, find out the 38-year-old’s estimated net worth in 2022 along with other details.

Throughout his career, Nate Robinson has played for a total of eight teams in the NBA and several other teams in other international leagues.

Nate Robinson Biography, Age, Height, Family, Wife, NBA Career Stats, Boxing Record, Team List, Net Worth 2022, Disease & Health Update News

In 2010, Nate became the first NBA player to win the slam dunk championship 3 times.

Brief biography and career of Nate Robinson

Nate Robinson, full name Nathaniel Cornelius Robinson is a former NBA player born on May 31, 1984 with a height of 5 feet 9 inches. He is currently married to Sheena Feliz.

The 38-year-old was born in Seattle and played for the University of Washington before being selected by the Phoenix Suns in the 2005 draft.

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Standing 5 feet 9 inches tall, the former point guard played for many teams. These include the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, and New Orleans Pelicans.

After leaving the NBA in 2016, Nate played for several international teams, including Hapoel Tel Aviv in 2016 in the Israeli professional basketball league, the Delaware 87ers in the NBA G League, and Guaros de Lara in Venezuelan professional basketball in 2017.

He also played for Homenetmen Beirut, a Lebanese-Armenian multi-sports club in 2018.

Nate Robinson Net Worth in 2022

Nate Robinson currently has an estimated net worth of around $15 million.

Estimated Professional Income

Throughout his NBA career, Nate Robinson earned approximately $24 million in salary alone.

He earned the most in the 2011-12 season when he earned approximately $5.4 million from the OKC Thunder and Golden State Warriors.

The last NBA team Nate played for was the New Orleans Pelicans, where he earned $44,000.

Nate Robinson Different sources of income

Apart from being a former NBA player, Nate Robinson was involved in all sorts of other fields generating different types of sources of income.

Robinson started a podcast, wrote a book, acted in movies and commercials, organized charity events and hosted “Houseguest,” a digital series for The Players’ Tribune.

Additionally, he owns the clothing brand ‘HOLDAT’, which is a collaboration between Robinson and two-time NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer.

It all started when Robinson noticed that his personal catchphrase ‘HOLDAT’ started to gain popularity.

The phrase originated from a post-game interview where Joakin Noah told all his enemies to ‘HOLDAT’.

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When Robinson joined the Chicago Bulls later, it had become the team’s mantra and the phrase stuck as a personal testament to Robinson’s perseverance, after which he wanted to do something with it, eventually settling for a brand of clothing.

Nate Robinson’s house and cars

The NBA player reportedly bought his current home in Sammamish, near Seattle, in 2009 for $2.15 million.

In addition to the wonderful house, Nate Robinson owns a Cadillac CTS-V, a Porsche Panamera, a Range Rover Sport Supercharged, and a stunning 1972 Pontiac Firebird.

During an interview, Nate Robinson revealed that he always had an interest in cars from a young age because he didn’t have one.

After seeing the cute cars of different celebrities, he wanted one for himself as well. Robinson also owned a 2005 Hummer H2.

Nate Robinson’s earnings from the Jake Paul fight

Initially, both Nate Robinson and Jake Paul were guaranteed to win $600,000 each. However, Paul recently stated that the couple earned more than $1.7 million.

The exciting exhibition match ended in Round 2 after a straight knockout. Nate fell to the canvas after leaning on a right hook from Paul.

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