Mike Woodson Net Worth 2023-Wife, Height, NBA Career, and Salary

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In the arena of the NBA, the successful player who became successful in their coaching career, Mike Woodson, is one of them. He is a retired American basketball player. He is regarded as one of the great players in the history of the NBA. In the NBA coaching profession, his name is well-known to all. Besides his successful NBA career, he also put his foot into the acting sphere. His current profession is acting. His fans are very eager to know about Mike Woodson’s net worth. So this article is for his fans. It will tell the life story of this prominent former NBA man.

Mike Woodson’s Net Worth and Salary Update

In his NBA career, he spent ten seasons with several teams. He took his first step into the professional arena in 1980. After bidding goodbye to his NBA career, he moved to the coaching profession. In his coaching profession, he spent time with the Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks. The net worth of this prominent basketball player is $15 million. His illustrious NBA career favored him as a wealthy man. His per-year salary as a coach is $550,000. He also gets $2.5 million annually from the promotional and marketing sector.

Mike Woodson’s Wife and Daughter

He started his conjugal life with his wife, Terri Woodson. In the family of Mike and Terri, they have two daughters. They are Mariah Woodson and Alexis Woodson.

School  and College Life

Mike Woodson total worthMike Woodson took the first inhale of his life in Indianapolis on March 24, 1958. From his childhood, he was called several nicknames: Mike Woodson, Woodson, and Mike.

Name:Mike Woodson
Born:March 24, 1958
Place of Birth:Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Height:6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight:195 lb (88 kg)
Position:Shooting guard
College:Indiana University
NBA Draft:1980 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12th overall
Playing Career:1980–1991
Teams (as a player):New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Kansas City/Sacramento Kings, LA Clippers, Houston Rockets
Coaching Career:1996–present
Teams (as a coach):Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Hoosiers
Career highlights and awards (as a player):All-Big Ten (1979), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1981)
Career highlights and awards (as a coach):NBA Coach of the Year (2010), NBA All-Star Game head coach (2010), NCAA Tournament Elite Eight (2002)

Mike started to play basketball in his school life. In his school life, he favored his team to win several tournaments. His school team won the 1979 NIT Tournament and the Big Ten championship. In his individual performance, he was the leading scorer at the school level.

Like Isaiah Thomas and Butch Carter, his college life in basketball started at Indiana University. Here he was supported by the legendary coach, Bobby Knight. He flourished in the illustrious position under his best guidance. During his college tenure, he was able to explore his talent. That eased the way to my professional career. In his college tenure, he scored a total of 2,062 points.

Drafted NBA Teams and Contract History

In the 1980 NBA draft, he was selected by the New York Knicks 12th overall. On his first journey with the Knicks, he spent two seasons with this team. Later, he was traded to the New Jersey Nets.

In his NBA career, the golden period of his career was with the Kansas City and Sacramento Kings. Here he showed the best performance of his career and favored his team to win the tournament. He was one of the very important members of those teams. During his tenure with the Kings, he led the team to 12.01 per contest in 1993.

Mike Woodson’s Coaching Record

In 1996, he called it quits in the NBA. After his retirement, he engaged in coaching. His coaching career began as an assistant coach in 1996. In the 1996–97 and 1998–99 seasons, he was with the Milwaukee Bucks. From 1999–2000 to 2000–01, he spent time with the Cleveland Cavaliers. From 2001 to 2003, he was with the Philadelphia 76ers. Finally, he was with the Detroit Pistons in 2003–04. At the last coach’s ship, his team won the NBA Championship. As a player and as a coach in both professions, he achieved success and gained.

Career Stats


Gaining from the Career

Mike Woodson salaryIn the 1980 NABC, he was named a second-team All-American. In his coaching profession, in 2004, he was the lucky man who saw the win of the NBA championship under his guidance.

Height, Weight, and Age 

Mike Woodson’s height is 1.96m. His weight is 88.45 kg. He was seen playing in the field of the NBA, taking the position of shooting guard. All of the records that he acquired in his career are staying in this position. He was worthy of this position. Fans saw him playing on the field wearing jersey numbers 42, 44, and 2. He is still alive and well in the world, and his current age is 62 years old.

Mike Woodson’s Coaching Salary:

Total Net Worth in 2023:$15 Million
Endorsement & marketing: $2.5 million
Average Coaching Salary:$550,000
Latest Coaching Deal:$18 Million (For Six Years)
Annual Salary:$3 million
Source of Income:Former NBA Player, NBA Coach, Business, Media


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Mike Woodson’s Quotes (Top Five)

“I don’t agree that it’s a risk either way,”- Mike Woodson.

“We have had a lot of close games that we just didn’t make plays down the stretch, but we refused to lose tonight.”- Mike Woodson.

“He is a great young talent in our league and when you couple him with the young talent we currently have on the roster, I can’t wait to see them mesh as a unit.”- Mike Woodson.

“We just have to figure out how to make plays at the end.”- Mike Woodson.

“You would think that when you put something together as a unit and an organization that something like this would never happen,”- Mike Woodson.

Over the past five years, Rick C. Nees has written hundreds of NBA players' biographies, some of which have already been published in famous newspapers. He previously worked as- Commentator, Basketball Analyst, Basketball Player, Newspaper Sports Editor, Radio sports presenter. Rick grew up watching basketball leagues. He was a state-level high school basketball player who followed all NBA events since he was a child.


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