As of now, Mike Davis net worth is $5 million. Most of his worth is from his career in Europe and NBA leagues. Now he charges $400,000 per season as a coach.
Mike Davis is a former basketball player who showed his skills both in American and European basketball leagues. For his dazzling basketball career, he has many fans in the USA and Europe. Many of his fans are eager to know about his life events. In this article, we have mentioned important life events of this famous man, including Mike Davis’s net worth.
|Total Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Source of Income:||Former NBA Player, Coach, Media|
|Coaching Salary Per Season:||$4,00,000|
|Birth:||August 2, 1956, in Florida, USA|
|Full Name:||Michael Anthony Davis|
|College Education:||University of Maryland|
|Wife/Girlfriend:||Theresa (Divorced), Tamilya Davis|
|Height:||6 feet 10 inches|
|Current Age:||65 years|
Childhood & Education
Mike Davis was born on August 2, 1956, in Jacksonville, Florida. His full name is Michael Anthony Davis.
His school life began at the Bishop Mose Davis School in Jacksonville, Florida.
In his college life, he studied in three institutions. In 1974-75 he studied and played at Shaw College in Detroit. Later, he got admitted and played in the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) in Mercer County, New Jersey.
The next phase of his college life was with the University of Maryland in College Park. Here at the time studying this college, he played for the Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team from 1976-1978.
Professional stage of life
He began playing professional basketball in 1978 and retired in 1991.
During the professional journey of his life, he played for the Bancoroma Roma, Seleco Napoli, New York Knicks, Albany Patroons, Barcelona, Limoges, Fantoni Udine, Benetton Treviso, Annabella Pavia, Grupo IFA Granollers.
The basketball career of Mike Davis in the NBA was not lengthy. He spent only one season in the NBA. He spent most of the time of his career in Italy and Spain. In his one-year NBA career, he played only eight games and scored 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds on average.
The first team of his professional life was Bancoroma Roma. He spent his career with this team from 1978 to 1991. Next season, he played partly for Seleco Napoli and New York Knicks. In the 1982-83 seasons, he played for the Albany Patroons and New York Knicks. Trent Tucker was his teammate in that season. From 1983 to 1985, his career duration was with Barcelona. Leaving Barcelona, Mike moved to the Limoges and played here for one season in 1985-86. In the next season, he played for Fantoni Udine. Leaving this team, he signed a contract with the Benetton Treviso and stayed here one season in 1987-88. The following season in 1988-89 was with Annabella Pavia. Mike Davis wore the last jersey in his professional life with the Grupo IFA Granollers. Here he stayed from 1989 to 1990.
Wearing the jersey of Grupo IFA Granollers, he retired from professional basketball in 1991.
Gaining from the career
In 1985, he was the glorified part of the European Cup championship. He was also a part of the winning of the Club World Cup.
In 1983, he became the CBA Newcomer of the Year. In the same year, he was named to the All-CBA First Team. During his college life, he became NJCAA All-American in 1976
Mike Davis Wife
He married Theresa, and they had two children. One of his sons, Mike Jr., was killed in a car accident. After his separation from his first wife, he married Tamilya Davis.
Age, Weight & Height
Mike Davis is tall, up to 6 feet 10 inches, and his weight is 104kg. He is still alive, and his age is 65 years. He’s playing in the field of the NBA was the center position. Being in that position, he favored his team to win several matches.
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