Originating from Canada, the basketball professional who was able to make his room in the National Basketball Association (NBA) is Stewart Granger. He is a retired Canadian-American Basketball Player. He also took possession of his space in the list of famous NBA players. During his basketball career, he achieved lots of awards and recognitions and made his name memorable to all basketball-loving people. Most of his fans do not know all about his life. In this article, we discussed his work life, educational life, personal life, and his career earnings.
Stewart Granger’s Net Worth
The approximate net worth of this prominent man is $5 million. His long-time career in the NBA helped him to be a rich man. Most of the portion of his wealth is from his basketball career.
Stewart Granger’s Height, Weight & Age
Stewart Granger is tall, up to 6 feet 3 inches and his weight is 86 kg. The position of Stewart Granger in the field of basketball is the point guard. Playing in this position, he favored his team to win many matches and flourished himself. He did not have any definite jersey. Stewart was seen on the basketball fields wearing jerseys 10, 20, and 11. He is still alive, and his age is 60 years.
Childhood & Education
Stewart Granger took the first inhale of his life on October 27, 1961, in Montreal, Quebec. The full name of Stewart Granger is Stewart Francis Granger. He is the son of his father, Charles Graner Sr., and his mother, Irma Graner. His sibling is Johan Granath.
Granger was born in Canada, but the beginning of his basketball career was at Nazareth Regional High School, Brooklyn, New York. In his school career, playing for NYC-Nazareth, he won the New York State high school finals in 1979.
His college career began at Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania. In his college tenure, he played for the Villanova Wildcats men’s basketball team. He passed his college basketball life from 1989 to 1983. In his college career of basketball, he scored 10.4 points per game and 4.8 assists per game.
Stewart Granger Basketball Career
Stewart Granger entered the house of professional basketball in 1983 and got out of there in 1990. In his professional life, he played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Sarasota Stingers, Atlanta Hawks, Sarasota Stingers, Maine Windjammers, Wildwood Aces, New York Knicks, Philadelphia Aces, Long Island Knights, Alviks BK. He played for the NBA team FPR5.
In the 1983 NBA drafts, the Cleveland Cavaliers chose him 24th overall for the 1st round. Jeff Malone moved to Dallas Mavericks from Cleveland Cavaliers in that season. During his tenure with this team, he scored an average of 4.5 points per game and 2.4 assists per game. In the following seasons, he played for Atlanta Hawks and scored on average 1.8 points per game and 1.3 assists per game. During the tenure of his New York Knicks, he scored, on average 3.3 points per game and 1.8 assists per game.
Besides the NBA, he played in the United States Basketball League (USBL) and the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). In his USBL life, he played for the Wildwood Aces and won the first team USBL All-Star in 1986.
He also played for the Swedish team Alviks Basket club in his professional life.
From 1982 to 1983, he has titled the AP Honorable mention All-American two times. In 1982 and 1983, he was named to the Second-team All-Big East two times. In 1981, he was named to the Third-team All-Big East.
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|Total Net Worth:||$1-$5 million|
|Source of Income:||Basketball, Media, Endorsements|
|Birth:||October 27, 1961, in Quebec, Canada|
|Mother:||Charles Graner Sr.|
|College Education:||Villanova University|
|Height:||6ft 3 inch|
|Current Age:||60 years|
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