What is Basketball Player Dale Ellis Net Worth? (Updated)

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Running in the field of basketball, the men who were able to enrich their lives, Dale Ellis is one of them. He is a retired American basketball player. His NBA life is full of success and records. His dazzling career made his name memorable to the basketball-loving people. In this article, we discussed Dale Ellis’s net worth, his personal life, and the background of his career.

Dale Ellis Height and Age

This prominent man is tall, up to 6ft. 7 inch and his weight is 93 kg. In the basketball playground, he was seen playing the Small forward or shooting guard position. He had enough skill in playing both positions. He is still alive, and his age is now 61 years. Ellis had no definite jersey. He wore different jerseys for different teams.

Birth: August 6, 1960, in Georgia, USA
Wife/Girlfriend: Monique Ellis
College Education: University of Tennessee
Nationality: American
Achievements:
  • All-NBA third-team selection
  • NBA Three-Point Shootout champion
  • NCAA Men’s Basketball Champion
  • All-American two times
Height: 6ft. 7 inch
Weight: 93 kg
Current Age: 61 years

Primary life

This prominent NBA man emerged to the world on August 6, 1960, in Georgia, United States. The basketball career of Dale Ellis began from his educational life. In his college life, he played for the University of Tennessee from 1979 to 1983. During his tenure with the University of Tennessee, he became an All-American in 1983. That paved the way to professional life. The educational life of Dale Ellis began with the Marietta High School (Marietta, Georgia).

Dale Ellis Wife

He sat for the marriage with Monique Ellis in 1984.

NBA life

Dale Ellis kept his first step in the NBA in 1983. He retired from NBA basketball in 2000. During his whole NBA career, he played for six NBA teams. He spent most of his career with the Seattle SuperSonics team. Elvin Hayes played opposite this team in the NBA final.

At the tenure of the Seattle SuperSonics team, he won the NBA’s Most-Improved Player award in 1987 and Three-Point Shootout in 1989. In the 1983 NBA draft, he was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks to play in the first Round 9th pick overall. 

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Dale Ellis net worthThe first journey with the Dallas Mavericks lasted till 1985. After leaving the Dallas Maverick, she played for the Seattle SuperSonics from 1986-1990. After that, he moved to the Milwaukee Bucks in 1990 and 1991. Later, he played with the San Antonio Spurs from 1992 to 1993. At the mid of his career, he played for the Denver Nuggets from 1994 to 1996, and he played for the Seattle SuperSonics in the 1997-98 season.

He played for the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1999-2000 season. At last, he played for Charlotte Hornets in 2000. In his total NBA career, he scored more than 19,000 points. 

Wearing the 14 number jerseys at the tenure of the Charlotte Hornets, he retired from his professional life. Playing for teams, he showed his best performance in almost all of them. 

In his NBA career, he played a total of 1,209 games scoring on average of 15.7 points per game, 3.5 rebounds per game, a .479 field goal percentage, and a .403 three-point field goal percentage.

Dale Ellis Net Worth 2021

The estimated net worth of this prominent man is $5 million. His affluent career favored him to be a wealthy man. However, his post-retirement life also contributed to the earning of his life.

Dale Ellis’s Salary Accumulation Chart:

Total Net Worth in 2021: $5 Million
Endorsement Earnings:  $1 million
Average Salary Per season: $1.3 million
Total Salary Earned: $16 Million
Salary From Milwaukee Bucks: $2.5 million
Total Salary From San Antonio Spurs: $2.3 million
Salary From Denver Nuggets: $4 million
Earned From Oklahoma City Thunder: $3.6 million
Per Season Salary From Charlotte Hornets: $2 million
Salary From Miami Heat: $2.3 million

Successes and Records

From his NBA career, he gathered lots of recognition and achievements. In 1989, he was named with All-Star and All-NBA third-team selection. He was named the NBA All-Star, All-NBA Third Team, NBA Three-Point Shootout champion, Consensus first-team NCAA Men’s Basketball All-Americans, and Consensus second-team All-American two times. 

He has the record of playing most minutes in a single game scoring 53 points in 69 minutes. 

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