Kenny Smith Net Worth

Kenny Smith Net Worth

Kenny Smith is an American Retired Professional basketball Player and current Television Basketball Analyst. Kenny Smith Net Worth according to the 2023 updates is around $22 Million. Explore more about Kenny Smith‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 4 million and monthly income 350,000.

Kenny Smith Full name Kenneth Cornelius Smith. His nick Name was Kenny Smith. Kenny Smith now 58 Years old .

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Kenny Smith Spouse  was  Dawn Reavis, Gwendolyn Osborne . He has four kids.

He was born in 8 March 1965  in Queens, New York, United states of america.

Kenny Smith complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Kenny Smith ’s Career

After high school, Smith attended the University of North Carolina. There, he played on the basketball team along with Michael Jordan, under coach Dean Smith. During his freshman year on the team, Smith averaged 9.1 points and 5 assists per game.

Smith started off his professional basketball career with the Sacramento Kings, after the team selected him as the sixth pick of the 1987 NBA draft. He had a stellar rookie year, averaging 13.8 points and 7.1 assists per game, which landed him a spot on the NBA All-Rookie Team. He stayed with the Kings under after the 1989-90 season, when he was traded to the Houston Rockets. He stayed with the Rockets for the next six seasons, during which some of his achievements include averaging 17.7 points per game and helping the team achieve a 52-30 record (what was the best regular season in the history of the franchise at the time). While playing with the Rockets, Smith also won two NBA championships.

After ending his ten-year professional basketball career, in 1998 Smith pivoted towards television and began working as a studio analyst for Turner Sports. He joined Ernie Johnson Jr., Charles Barkley, and Shaquille O’Neal on the show “Inside the NBA”, a program which has won the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Studio Show. Smith also appears on NBA TV and has done commentary for the NCAA tournament on CBS/Turner. From 2005 to 2008 he provided commentary for New York Knicks games that were broadcast on the MSG Network.