One of the prominent players in the NBA arena is Charles Davis. He is a retired American basketball player who also worked for unprivileged children. People really admire him for his philanthropic activities. In this article, we have mentioned the education, personal life, and total net worth of Charles Davis.
The estimated net worth of Charles Davis is $4.5 million. Most of the wealth of his life is from his basketball career.
Charles Davis Height & Age
Davis is 6 feet 7 inches tall. Eddie Johnson also has the same height. His weight is 98 kg. He played in the field of the NBA in a Point Small Forward position. Charles Davis did not wear any definite jersey. He wore jersey numbers 22, 23, and 24. He is still alive, and his age is 64 years now.
Birth and Childhood
Charles Edward Davis Jr. (full name) was born on October 5, 1958, in Nashville, Tennessee.
His cousin, Jessica Mooney, is also a basketball player. She plays in the Vanderbilt women’s basketball.
He went to McGavock High School in Nashville, Tennessee. In his school career, he set a 25-6 record. He played for his school team and won the Class AAA Tennessee State Championship in 1976. He was awarded the Most Valuable Player in the championship tournament for his outstanding performance.
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His college basketball career began at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Davis played for the Vanderbilt Commodores men’s basketball team from 1976 to 1981. In his college career, he set the record for most goals with 1,675 points.
Quick Bio Chart
|Birth:||October 5, 1958, in Tennessee, USA|
|Full Name:||Charles Edward Davis Jr.|
|Profession:||Former Basketball Player|
|Total Career Earnings:||Approx. $5 million|
|College Education:||Vanderbilt University|
|Achievements:||NCAA Silver Anniversary Award|
|Height:||6 feet 7 inches|
|Current Age:||64 Years|
Charles Davis Professional Basketball Career
His NBA career began in 1981 and lasted until 1990. During his NBA life, he spent eight seasons with Washington Bullets, Milwaukee Bucks, Scavolini Pesaro, San Antonio Spurs, and Chicago Bulls.
In the 1981 NAB draft, the Washington Bullets chose him in the second round. Charles Davis played with this team until 1984. Next season, he played for the Milwaukee Bucks. After playing here for one season, he moved to the Victoria Libertas Pesaro and played in the 1986–87 season. In 1987, he also played with the Milwaukee Bucks and San Antonio Spurs. The last team in his career was the Chicago Bulls. Davis played here for two seasons.
In his NBA career, he scored 2214 points on average (5.3 ppg), 1008 rebounds on average (2.4 RPG), and 309 assists on average (0.7 APG).
Davis was awarded the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award along with Danny Ainge in 2006.
During his career in the NBA, a foundation was established for the purpose of providing educational, athletic, and vocational instruction for Nashville’s inner-city children under the name “The Charles Davis Foundation.”
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