Travis Diener is a former American professional basketball player who showed his talent both in the NBA and in Italian basketball. For his glorious performance, he became a millionaire. He put the sign of remembrance on the wall of the NBA. All of the mentionable events in his career, including his first draft, professional life, and retirement, are mentioned in the following article.
How Much is Travis Diener’s Net Worth?
His professional career began in 2005, and after 12 years of playing basketball, he retired in 2017. The net worth of this renowned basketball player is $5 million. His annual average salary was $1.2 million. All the NBA contracts and media endorsements made him a millionaire.
Travis Diener was born on March 1, 1982. His birthplace was Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. His full name is Travis Lyle Diener. He is the son of his father, Bob Diener. In his early life, he went to Goodrich High School in Fond du Lac. Then he went to Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was a member of the Marquette Golden Eagles men’s basketball team from 2001 to 2005.
He started playing with the NBA teams in 2005. The Orlando Magic took him 38th overall in the 2nd round. In his professional life, he wore the jerseys of the Orlando Magic, Indiana Pacers, Portland Trail Blazers, Dinamo Sassari, and Vanoli Cremona.
NBA Contract Details:
The NBA debut of this man was with the Orlando Magic on December 2, 2005. He served with this team till 2007. He was a player for the Indiana Pacers from 2007 to 2010. In 2010, he became a player for the Portland Trail Blazers and spent the year with this team. Then he moved to Italy, where he played for Dinamo Sassari from 2010 to 2014. The last team of his professional career was Vanoli Cremona. He wore the jersey of this team from 2017 to 2020. After 2020, he did not play for any NBA team.
In the sphere of the NBA, he took part in 179 games. The career statistics of this man are points (854 on average 4.8 ppg), rebounds 243 on average, 1.4 RPG, assists 432 on average 2.4 APG, FG% 38.8; FG3% 35.3; FT% 84.7; eFG% 49.5; PER 12.5, WS 5.6.
Success and Awards:
Travis Diener was the Italian Cup winner in 2014 and 2019, twice. Travis was the Italian Cup MVP in 2014. He was a Serie A All-Star twice, in 2011 and 2012. He became the Serie A Three-Point Contest winner in 2012. Dinamo Sassari retired his jersey number 12 in his honor. In 2004 and 2005, he was named first-team All-Conference USA. He earned his place on the fourth-team Parade All-American in 2001.
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Wife and Children:
Travis This man is recognized as one of the most successful players in American basketball. He is a married man in his personal life. He is married to his wife, Rosamaria Diener. He’s the father of the three kids. They have two daughters, Karina and Mila, and a son, Luca.
Position and Height,
Travis Diener stands up to 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 174 pounds. This man is still alive in the world, and his age is 40 now. In his basketball career, he wore several jerseys. He wore the jersey numbers 34, 12, and 7.
Position and shooting style:
The position in which he ran after the ball in the field of basketball is called “point guard.” The team and the coach of his team can rely on him in that position. Showing a stunning performance in this position, he became an integral part of his team. Leading the team to lots of success, he also gained a lot of recognition playing in this position. The shooting style of this man is right.
|Full Name:||Travis Lyle Diener|
|Father Name:||Bob Diener|
|Birth Date:||March 1, 1982|
|Birthplace:||Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, USA|
|College Education:||Marquette University|
|Height:||6 ft 1 inch|
|Current Age:||40 Years|
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