Rasheed Wallace 2022 – Net Worth, Salary, Records And Personal Life


Rasheed Wallace is 47 years old and here is everything you need to know about his net worth, salary, career, personal life, and more

Rasheed Wallace is a former professional basketball player and currently the assistant coach of the Memphis Tigers. He played 16 seasons in the National Basketball Association after retiring in 2013.

Rasheed Wallace Facts

Birth PlacePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Father’s Name
Mother’s NameJackie Wallace
Star SignVirgo
CollegeNorth Carolina (1993-1995)
Net Worth (2021)$75 million
Salary (2021)$4 million
Date of BirthSeptember 17, 1974
Height (ft)6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Weight (kg)230 lb (104 kg)
NBA Draft Year1995
NBA Draft PickRound 1, Pick 4th overall
Playing Career1995-2010, 2012-2013
PositionPower Forward / Center
TeamsBullets, Blazers, Hawks, Pistons, Celtics, Knicks (NBA)
Wife/GirlfriendFatima Wallace
Social MediaInstagram, Twitter

Rasheed Wallace Net Worth And Salary

Rasheed Wallace is said to have an estimated net worth of $75 million. His career earning since his time in the NBA aggregated to $156 million and over. According to Wiki, he gets $4 million as his salary right now which seems high for an assistant coaching position. In 2012, he chose to come out of retirement and play for the Knicks. He made the league’s veteran minimum of $1.7 million that year.

He made $17 million in his final year with the Portland Trailblazers. Wallace’s most lucrative deal was with the Boston Celtics where the deal fetched him $18.9 million in 2009. His Detroit Pistons contract was worth $57 million spread across five years.

Rasheed Wallace Basketball Career

Rasheed Wallace was an athletic prodigy early in his life. He ran the tracks and was a high jump athlete in high school. His love for basketball grew while playing for Simon Grantz High School. While doing so, he was also the ESPN High School Player of the Year. Dean Smith recruited him to the North Carolina University in 1993.

Wallace and Jerry Stackhouse, a fellow NBA player, helped NCU reach the NCAA final four in 1995. The former was named in the All-American’s second-team, making him a huge prospect in the 1995 draft. The Washington Bullets selected him fourth overall in the first round. He went on to replace an injured Chris Webber, starting 51 games in his rookie season. Unfortunately, a fractured thumb saw him miss the final part of the campaign and he was traded to the Portland Trailblazers.

Rasheed Wallace is a former NBA player
FILE- In this May 17, 2006, file photo, Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace argues with referee Ken Mauer during the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of their NBA playoffs second-round series at the Palace in Auburn Hills, Mich. The New York Knicks signed Wallace on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Wallace, a four-time All-Star, is ending a two-year retirement. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)( / AP)

Wallace’s temper started to come to light during his time in Portland. He led the league in terms of technical fouls, receiving 51 fouls across 80 games in the 2000-01 season.

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He was traded to the Atalanta Hawks in 2004 where he featured in just one game. Bizarrely he moved to Detroit where he played for four seasons, his most successful stint in the NBA.

The former center was a huge voice in the Detroit locker room right from the start. He scored 26 points and collected 13 rebounds and 2 assists in Game 4 of the 2004 NBA finals. Wallace was integral in the Pistons’ Championship triumph that season. He made WWE World Heavyweight Championship replica belts after the campaign and presented them to his teammates as gifts. He even used to bring those belts back to inspire his teammates. In 2006, Wallace and his teammates posed a serious threat to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, losing in the Eastern Conference finals.

After 2009, he signed a three-year contract with the Boston Celtics but chose to retire a year later. He chose to return for one more season in 2012, playing for the New York Knicks but another fatal injury meant his playing days were over. Wallace hung up his boots for good and immediately took on a coaching position in Detroit. He is currently on Penny Hardaway’s staff roster for the Memphis Tigers.

Rasheed Wallace Personal Life

Rasheed Wallace follows the Islamic faith and has three children with his former wife, Fatima Wallace. He interestingly is a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs instead of the Philadelphia Eagles, a team from his hometown of Philly.

Wallace was a loud voice and a huge help during the Flint water crisis, delivering water door to door and raising awareness amongst the players in the NBA. His efforts saw Stephen Jackson, Rachel Nichols, Kyle Kuzma and others offer their help.

FAQs About Rasheed Wallace

Are Ben and Rasheed related?

Ben and Rasheed Wallace are not related.

How many times was Rasheed Wallace an All-Star?


How old is Rasheed Wallace?

47 years (17 September 1974).

When was Rasheed Wallace born?

Rasheed Wallace was born on the 17th of September, 1974.

Where was Rasheed Wallace born?

Rasheed Wallace was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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