The estimated net worth of Ryan Kelly is $3.5 million.
Ryan Kelly played as a power forward in his basketball career. He is well known to all by his nickname, “White Raven.” He led the college team to win the NCAA championship in 2010. Ryan became a McDonald’s All-American and first-team Parade All-American in 2009. Kelly was born on April 9, 1991, in Carmel, New York.
Father: Sean Kelly
Mother: Ann Kelly
Sister: Kristie Kelley
Ryan Kelly is now living with his girlfriend Emma Kelly. They have a daughter, Mary Katherine Kelly, born on December 17, 2021.
Ryan Kelly’s Earning History
As of now, his total net worth is $3.5 million.
In the first season of Ryan Kelly’s career, he earned a total of $1,506,662 in two years ($753,331/per year) from the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2013 season.
He earned $3,374,250 for two years from the Los Angeles Lakers for the 2014-2015 seasons.
Making the one-year contract for the 2016-2016 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, he gained $1,015,696.
For a 1-year contract with the Boston Celtics for the season of 2016-2016 season, he gained $1,015,696.
He again made contact with the old team Atlanta Hawks for the 2016-2017 season and earned a total of $2,067,593 for two years.
Ryan Kelly Early Life
He went to the Ravenscroft School in Raleigh, North Carolina. From the beginning of his basketball career at this school, he began to show his amazing talent.
Here he made the record of securing points of 2,065 on average (17.5), blocks 379, rebounds 950, free throws 312, field goals of 864, and a percentage of 600 (864-of-1441. He averaged 14.2 PPG, 8.7 rebounds, and 3.9 blocks as a sophomore.
In the next year, he averaged 23.7 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 3.1 blocks.
As a senior in college, he scored 25.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.8 blocks, 2.0 assists, and 1.7 steals on average. His outstanding performance led him to the 2009 McDonald’s All-American and Jordan Brand All-American.
Ryan Kelly was a student at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. While studying at this college, he played for the Duke Blue Devils men’s basketball team from 2009 to 2013.
In his freshman year, he gained 1.2 points on average, appearing in 35 games.
In the next year, he improved more, averaging 6.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks per game in 37 games.
As a junior in college, he secured 11.8 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.1 assists, and 1.1 blocks on average, taking part in 31 games.
Injury emerged as a barrier to his last year of college, and he finished his college career with 12.9 points, 1.6 blocks, and 5.3 rebounds on average, earning his place on the ACC All-Academic Team.
Ryan Kelly Professional Basketball Career
Ryan Kelly played for American, Spanish, and Japanese basketball leagues.
He was first drafted in 2013 when the Los Angeles Lakers took him in 48th overall for the 2nd round. He was with the first team of his career till 2016. In the middle, he also played with the NBA G League team, the Los Angeles D-Fenders. After leaving the Lakers, he made fresh contact with the Atlanta Hawks and played for this team in the 2016–2017 seasons. In 2017 he also played for the NBA G League team- Maine Red Claws.
In 2017 he moved abroad and started to play Spanish basketball. He spent the 2017–2018 seasons playing with the Liga AC league team Real Betis Energía Plus.
Later, he began to play in the Japanese B. League. He has been playing with the B.League team- Sun Rockers Shibuya, since 2018.
In the arena of the NBA, he appeared in a total of 163 games. The career statistics of this man are given below.
- PTS: 6.0
- TRB: 3.1
- AST: 1.3
- FG%: 37.8
- FG3%: 31.6
- FT%: 79.7
- eFG%: 43.8
- PER: 10.5
- WS: 3.0
What is the Height and Weight of Ryan Kelly?
31 years old, Ryan Kelly played in basketball Ryan Kelly as a Power forward. The height of this man is 6 feet, 11 inches, and his weight is 230 pounds. The Shooting style was Right. His jersey numbers were 4 and 30.
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