What is Doc Rivers' net worth? All you need to know

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Doc Rivers' net worth might not be as high as his son-in-law's brother, Stephen Curry. But it's still a pretty penny. Rivers has invested in multiple companies, but his biggest net worth builder is because of his successful NBA coaching career.

Rivers' net worth wouldn't be so high if it wasn't for his impressive 1,157-844 record throughout his long coaching career. Doc has coached the Orlando Magic, Boston Celtics, LA Clippers and now the Philadelphia 76ers. He's won one NBA title with the Boston Celtics in 2008 after a 66-16 record in the regular season.

Let's break down Doc Rivers' net worth and see it in comparison to some of his family.

Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers
Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers

Doc Rivers' net worth in comparison to his son, Austin Rivers, and son-in-law, Seth Curry

Doc Rivers has a net worth of $60 million. His salary is worth $10 million. Doc has had some impressive real estate properties, including Los Angeles properties and other beautiful city properties.

His son-in-law, Seth Curry, doesn't have more money than his brother, Stephen Curry, but he also has an impressive net worth. Seth Curry has a net worth that's reportedly around $4 million. It's not as much as his father-in-law, either, but $4 million should get him by.

Stephen Curry, who has a close relationship with Doc Rivers, has a net worth of around $160 million. However, that figure is expected to skyrocket in the near future. With what Curry has been able to do, it would make sense to see those numbers go up.

Curry spoke about what he does in terms of investing:

"The timing was crazy because of our Eat. Learn. Play Foundation that launched last July,” Curry said. “This is an opportunity to really target that ‘learn’ piece and explore how important it is in terms of college education and college completion. And we’re trying to attack that from elementary school and on.”

Curry also has a huge partnership with Under Armour, one that many think could reach a $1 billion contract in the future. However, Stephen Curry says that there were issues with Under Armour and him:

“There wasn’t quite an understanding of what it took to run a business like that properly,” Curry told Rolling Stone of Under Armour’s commitment to his shoes at the time. “So, yeah, I got mad.”

Not only is Curry living ludicrously himself, but he's also looking out for others as well with some of his investments:

“Ensuring people are paid fairly is long overdue and is a fundamental issue that needs to be addressed to progress towards an equitable society,” Curry said in a statement.
“Syndio is an objective solution that removes unconscious bias from the equation and changes the way business leaders tackle workplace equity, making pay equity the standard for companies around the world.”

Maybe Stephen Curry is giving some money to Seth Curry if he ever wants to buy something that might be out of his price range. Either way, Doc Rivers' net worth, as well as his son-in-law, Seth, and good family friend Stephen, are more than enough.

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Edited by Joseph Schiefelbein
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