What is Kwame Brown’s net worth? Kwame Brown net worth comes from his professional basketball career.
Kwame Hasani Brown is an American former professional basketball player who spent 12 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Kwame Brown Net Worth
US$ 4 Million
39 (born March 10, 1982)
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Professional Basketball Player
Kwame Brown was born on March 10, 1982, in Charleston, South Carolina. Brown was consistently rated as the “best high school player” in his class.
Brown finished his high school career at the historic Glynn Academy (in Brunswick, Georgia) as the school’s all-time leading rebounder (1,235) and shot-blocker (605), and also finished second all-time as a scorer (1,539 points). He was named to the 2001 McDonald’s All-American Team.
The Washington Wizards (2001–2005), under team president Michael Jordan, used their first overall pick on Brown. After his first three years in Washington, Brown rejected a five-year, $30 million contract offer, electing instead to test the free-agent market when his contract expired after the season.
On August 2, 2005, Brown and Laron Profit were traded to the Lakers in exchange for Caron Butler and Chucky Atkins. Brown became a central part of the Lakers seven-game series with the Phoenix Suns.
On July 28, 2008, ESPN.com reported that the Pistons signed Brown to a two-year deal worth $8 million, with the second year a player option.
On August 23, 2010, Brown signed a one-year deal with the Bobcats.
On December 14, 2011, Brown signed a one-year, $7 million contract with the Warriors.
On July 20, 2012, Brown signed a two-year contract for nearly $6 million with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Kwame Brown’s net worth in 2021 is $4 Million.
Top Kwame Brown Quotes
- “If you draft me, you’ll never regret it.”
- “This is my first summer [with] no trouble. I ain’t go to jail for speeding. Didn’t go to jail for DUI. I didn’t break my foot. I didn’t break my other foot. I’m one step ahead of the game already.”
- “I just thank God that I’m out of Washington.”
- “Guys like Kobe and Lamar know where they should be (in the Lakers’ offense). I’m still learning where I’m supposed to be.”
- “I don’t go with the notion that baseball’s just going to walk in three days. I understand the consequences if I vote yes, and I understand the consequences if I vote no.”
- “The thing is, the whole thing stems from Gilbert telling them not to put me in the game. I didn’t come to practice because I was going to be a distraction. I was going to slap … him. I’ll admit it, what I did was wrong — not showing up was wrong — but I ain’t saying what I would’ve done if I showed up would’ve been right. Being that I didn’t show up I didn’t put my hands on nobody. How a teammate, a supposed friend, would go to a coach and tell him don’t put me in a game, I would’ve done something seriously wrong to him.”
- “We are going to pound them down low and see what kind of success we have.”
- “I’m not interested in that conversation. That’s a non-starter for me. That cap is rock solid. It can cost whatever … but this is what we’re going to spend.”
- “I couldn’t see anything. I was bleeding, eyes watering.”
- “I feel good and the energy and the respect my teammates are showing me means a lot. They are looking for me in the post. It started off in practice where everyone is coming together and we are showing up better prepared for the game.”
- “I don’t see baseball backing out. Why would they leave in a market that’s flourishing and that wants them? I think we’ll come up with something that’s a win-win situation.”
- “I want to assure everyone that I am completely innocent of any wrongdoing and look forward to the truth coming out when this matter is fully investigated. On the advice of my attorney, I cannot comment further.”
- “I just thank God that I’m out of Washington and looking forward to getting here and turning things around for myself and my family.”
As of 2021, Kwame Brown’s net worth is $4 Million.