Net Worth: $17'000'000
Danny Ferry net worth: Danny Ferry is a retired American professional basketball player and current NBA general manager who has a net worth of $17’000’000. During his 17-year NBA career, Danny earned a salary of 44’000’000. His biggest contract was a 10-year 34’000’000 contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers signed in 1990. Born in Hyattsville, Maryland, in 1966, Danny Ferry played College basketball for Duke University from 1985 until 1989, where he earned several awards, including Naismith College Player of the Year in 1989. Between 1988 and 1989, Ferry was twice named ACC Player and ACC Athlete of the Year. The Los Angeles Clippers drafted Ferry with The second pick The ” overall, in The first round of The NBA Draft in 1989. He made his pro debut from 1989 until 1990 with Italy’s IL Message Roma before joining the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1990 to make his pro debut. He played for the next decade with the Cars. Ferry played for the San Antonio Spurs From 2’000 to 2003 and won the NBA Championship with the team in 2003. He finished his pro playing career with 6,439 points to go along with 2,550 rebounds and 1,185 assists. Ferry played internationally with the United States’ men’s national basketball team, earning a silver medal at the Summer University in 1987 in Zagreb. After his retirement, he went on to work in several league front offices, including a stint as the Cleveland Cavaliers general manager. In 2010 He split with the team and landed a role with the Spurs before He became president of basketball operations and GM of the Atlanta Hawks in 2012. Ferry was in the headlines in June 2014 for reading an offensive comment out loud in a scouting report. Ferry took an indefinite leave of absence from the organization shortly after. He was a special adviser to the general manager of the New Orleans Pelicans In 2016. In 2019 He became interim manager. He held this post only for a few months.
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