How rich is Kenny Smith?

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How rich is Kenny Smith?

Kenny Smith Net Worth:
$15 Million

Birth date: 8 March 1965
Birth place: Queens, New York City USA
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
Weight:170 lbs (77 kg)
Profession: American retired professional basketball player, Sports commentator, Actor
Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Archbishop Molloy High School
Nationality: American
Spouse: Gwendolyn Osborne (m. 2006)
Children: Malloy Adrian Smith, London Olivia Smith, Kayla Brianna
Awards: Sports Emmy Award for the Outstanding Studio Show
TV shows: "NBA on TNT", "Inside the NBA"
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Kenny Smith Net Worth:

Kenny Smith Net Worth $10 Million

Kenny Smith is an American retired professional basketball player and current television basketball analyst that has a net worth of $ 15 million. Kenneth Smith was born in Jamaica, Queens, Ny in March 1965. Kenny’s high school coach is the most successful trainer ever in both New York City and state. He went to play ball in the University of North Carolina under head coach Dean Smith. Kenny Smith won two NBA championships, both with the Houston Rockets. A year after retiring in the match Kenny joined Turner Sports. He also appears on NBA TV , and it has done commentary for the NCAA tournament. He earned his nickname “The Jet” his senior year of high school. His daughter Kayla Brianna is an up and coming R&B artist.

In the 1987 NBA Draft, Smith was selected by the Sacramento Kings as sixth pick. Smith could score 9,397 points and 4,073 assists. Add to that, he could get two NBA championships under his name while playing for the Rockets in 1994 and 1995. It was in 1998 when Smith joined Turner Sports on In the NBA where he teamed up with Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, along with Ernie Johnson Jr. The said show bagged a Sports Emmy Award for the Outstanding Studio Show. In the years 2005-2008, Smith became an analyzer for the MSG Network’s programs of New York Knicks matches and served the exact same standing for CBS/Turner through the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament. Now, he’s the TV basketball analyst for Inside the NBA on TNT. Smith wed Gwendolyn Osborne who’s a model on The Price is Right.


Source: Wikipedia