Pace Mannion is a retired American basketball player who is currently an analyst for the Utah Jazz television pre-and post-game shows. His father (Jack Mannion) was also a basketball player, who motivated Pace a lot in his life. Pace Mannion only played six seasons in the NBA, but his successful career has given him lots of fans. His fans and well-wishers are eager to know Pace Mannion’s career earnings, personal life, and career insights. This article will disclose all the updated facts related to him.
Pace Mannion’s Net Worth as of 2023
He took the first step into the world of professional basketball in 1983, after the completion of his college career. He left the profession in 2001. In his professional life, he also played Italian basketball. Besides his NBA career, he also gained fame as a media personality. The net worth of this prominent athlete is $9 million. His basketball career in the NBA favored him with such wealth. His current income source is as a media personality.
Salary Accumulation Chart:
|Annual Salary||Approx. $2 Million|
|Total Endorsement Earnings:||$1 million|
|Earnings Outside NBA:||$30,000|
|Total Worth in 2018:||$7 million|
|Current Net Worth:||$9 million|
|Source of Income:||NBA, Media, Business|
Pace Mannion’s Wife and Son
The family of Pace Mannion is game-friendly. Gaia Bianchi, his wife, is a volleyball player who has been involved with the sport since she was 14 years old. His son, Nico Mannion, is also a basketball player. He plays in the LBA. Another son, Pace Mannion PJ, is an artist.
|Profession:||Retired American basketball player|
|Full Name:||Pace Shewan Mannion|
|Birth Date:||September 22, 1960|
|Birth Place:||Salt Laka City, Utah, United States|
|Eye Color:||Light Brown|
|NBA First Draft Year:||1983|
|Drafted Team:||Golden State Warriors|
|Jersey Numbers:||3, 5, 12, 18 and 20|
|High School Education:||Chaparral High School|
|College Education:||University of Utah|
|Achievements:||WAC Player of the Year, First-team All-WAC.|
|Height:||6 feet 7 inches|
|Current Age:||62 years|
The beginning part of the life
Pace Mannion was born on September 22, 1960, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the son of basketball player Jack Mannion, who played in the North-South All-Star Classic in Kentucky. His educational life began at Chaparral High School in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What They’re Saying…
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— West Coast Elite (@wceua) November 2, 2020
The college phase of his life began at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. During his college life, he played for the Utah Utes men’s basketball team from 1979 to 1983.
The professional part of life
In the long journey of his professional career, he played for-
- Golden State Warriors
- Utah Jazz
- New Jersey Nets
- Rockford Lightning
- Milwaukee Bucks
- Rockford Lightning
- Detroit Pistons
- Atlanta Hawks
- S. Clear Cantù
- Benetton Treviso
- Sioux Falls Skyforce
- Juve Caserta
- CFM Reggio Emilia
- Faber Fabriano
- Cordivari Roseto
His duration in the NBA was six seasons. In the 1983 NBA draft, the Golden State Warriors took him 43rd overall in the 2nd round. In his NBA career, he scored 660 points on average (3.1 ppg), had 231 assists on average (1.1 APG), and had 259 rebounds on average (1.2 RPG).
What he gained from his career: During his college career, he was named WAC Player of the Year in 1983. In the same year, he was named to the WAC’s first team.
Age, Height, and Weight
The height of this tall man is 6 feet 7 inches, and his weight is 86 kg. His position in the field of professional basketball was small forward. He spent his whole career in that position. In the field of basketball, his jersey was 20, 18, 3, 12, and 5. He is now 62 years old.
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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.