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Nate Robinson Net Worth


NameNate Robinson
Net WorthApproximately $9 million
Age36 years (born May 31, 1984)
ResidenceSeattle
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse NameSheena Feliz
Source of WealthProfessional Basketball, Endorsements, Investments
SalaryApproximately$44 thousand per year.
PhilanthropyMonster Energy $50 k Challenge


Born on May 31, 1984, Nathaniel Cornelius Robinson is a former NBA player. He was born in Seattle and played for the University of Washington. He was picked in the 2005 draft by the Phoenix Suns. The 5 foot 9 point guard played for many teams, including the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, and New Orleans Pelicans. In 2010, Nate Robinson became the NBA's first 3-timw slam dunk champion.


From 2016 onwards, Nate played for a number of 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 and the Homenetmen Beirut, a Lebanese-Armenian multi-sports club in 2018. 


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What is Nate Robinson's net worth now?


According to current estimates, Nate Robinson's net worth stands at $9 million.

 

How much money did Nate Robinson make in his career?


During his NBA career, Nate Robinson earned around $24 million in salaries alone. In the 2012-13 season, he earned around $1 million with the Chicago Bulls. He then moved to the Denver Nuggets for the 2013-14 season, where he earned $2 million. For the 2014-15 season, Nate Robinson played for the Boston Celtics, where he earned $2 million. The last NBA team he played for was the New Orleans Pelicans, where he earned around $26 thousand. 


Nate Robinson Other sources of Income


His other sources of income include endorsements and investments. 

The former three-time Slam Dunk champion has dabbled in various other fields as well. Nate Robinson started a podcast, wrote a book, acted in movies and commercials, hosted charity events, and hosted 'Houseguest,' a digital series for The Players' Tribune. 


However, he wanted to expand on his creativity even more. For many years, Robinson noted that his personal catchphrase 'HOLDAT' started gaining popularity. The phrase originated from a post-game interview, where Joakin Noah told all his haters to 'HOLDAT.' When Robinson joined the Chicago Bulls later, it became the team's mantra. 


The phrase stuck as a personal testament to Robinson's perseverance, and he wanted to make something tangible out of it. The HOLDAT clothing brand is a collaboration between Robinson and two-time NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer. 


Nate Robinson House and Car


House

According to county records, the NBA player purchased this house in Sammamish near his hometown of Seattle in 2009 for $2.15 million.


Car

Image Source: Auto Evolution


Nate Robinson is the owner of a Cadillac CTS-V, a Porsche Panamera, a Range Rover Sport Supercharged and a stunning 1972 Pontiac Firebird. 


In an interview, Nate Robinson revealed that he was interested in cars from an early age because he did not have one. Seeing different celebrities own nice cars made him want to get one too. He also used to own a 2005 Hummer H2. 



Nate Robinson Charity



How much is Nate Robinson getting for the fight?


Robinson and Paul were to earn a guaranteed amount of $600 each. The exciting exhibition match ended in Round 2. The former NBA high-flyer fell to the canvas after leaning into a right hook from Paul.


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