Tim Duncan Net Worth Is $75 Million
Tim Duncan is a renowned American athlete who plays professional basketball. He has been playing for the San Antonio Spurs of the NBA as a power forward/centre since the year 1997. He has been named as an NBA rookie of the Year, 3-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player of the Year, 2-time NBA Most Valuable Player of the Year and 4-time NBA Champion. He was born on 25th April, 1976 in Christiansted, Saint Croix. Duncan currently enjoys an annual salary of $21.3 million, which makes him one of the highest paid basketball players in the National Basketball Association. His current net worth is estimated to be $75 million, and he has earned over $200 million on the court over the duration of his career.
Among the noteworthy assets that Duncan owns include a luxury home in Texas, a full-service car and truck customization shop in San Antonio, a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, a Nissan GT-R, and a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. On July 2001, Duncan married Amy, with whom he has two children, Sydney (born in 2005) and Draven (born in 2007). Regrettably, Duncan and Amy filed for divorce in May 2013, which finalized on November 23. After the finalization of his divorce, the basketball player has since been linked to Vanessa Macias, who is a former reality TV contestant and sports broadcaster.
Duncan established the ‘Tim Duncan Foundation’ that focuses on supporting causes that enhance health research/awareness, youth sports/recreation and education in Winston-Salem, United States of Virgin Island and San Antonio. The Tim Duncan Foundation’s major events have incorporated the Slam Duncan Charity Golf Classic and the Tim Duncan Bowling for Dollar$ Charity Bowl-A-Thon. Between 2001 and 2002, the foundation raised over $350,000 for prostate and breast cancer research. In those 2 years, the 38-year old basketball player was named as one of the ‘Good Guys” in sports by Sporting News. Duncan also supports the Cancer Therapy and Research Centre, the Children’s Center of San Antonio, as well as the Children’s Bereavement Center.