Tim Hardaway | $ 28 Million
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Tim Hardaway

NBA Player,Retired

Net Worth $ 28 Million
  • Birthday1st Jan, 70
  • Birth PlaceUnited States
  • Marital statusMarried
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Born Timothy “Tim” Hardaway, Sr. has an estimated net worth of $28 million. Tim was famous for his devastating crossover dribble and one of the league’s best point guards in his time. His achievements include the 1989 WAC Player of the Year, recorded 5,000 points and 2,500 assists, second fastest in NBA history after Oscar Robertson, held 1947 assists in Miami Heat until January 15, 2010. He was the 7th NBA player to average 20 points and 10 assists in 1991-92 seasons, a feat which he accomplish in 1992-93. Hardaway originally played for “Dream Team in the 1994 World Basketball Championship but was replaced due to a torn knee ligament.  In 2000, he played in the Sydney Olympics where he scored 5.5 points/Game and shot .385 (15- 39) from the field. In 2007, Tim was involved in the so called homophobia controversy which resulted to his dismissal as Chief Basketball Operations Advisor in Trinity Sports. Tim Hardaway promised that he will do whatever he can to correct his mistake. In April 2013, he supported Jason Collins admission for his homosexuality as a major American professional team sport.  In July 2013, he was the first to sign for the petition allowing same-sex marriage in his home state of Florida.

Quotes

  • "If the right people do the right things, we can walk, we can have a future. But if people don't put time into it to make it run in a right way, I don't think your team will work."
  • "As an African-American, I know all too well the negative thoughts and feelings hatred and bigotry cause."
  • "Everybody looks at his clothes to see what he's wearing."
  • "I don't have a hate bone in my body."
  • "I did everything I could to establish myself, but it just didn't work that way. I'm not angry about that."
  • "I am committed to examining my feelings and will recognize, appreciate and respect the differences among people in our society."
  • "I respect people. For me to say 'hate' was a bad word, and I didn't mean to use it."
  • "I grew up under the sticks and stones rule. I didn't put my hands on you so why should you put your hands on me or my family."
  • "I hate them with all the hate you can hate with. Can you hate more than that? If you can, I hate them more than that."
  • "I think I have the skills. I'm a great judge of talent. I just know basketball."

Family & relationships

Tim Hardaway Estates and Homes (1)

Miami Mansion

The house features five bedrooms, five and a half baths, a heated pool, and a basketball court appropriately emblazoned with the Heat's logo and a 6-car garage.

Tim Hardaway Cause (1)

Tim Hardaway foundation

The Tim Hardaway Foundation, founded by Tim Hardaway in 2008, works to develop programs and support community-based organizations that address the health, educational and socio-economic needs of ethnically diverse, urban communities. In addition, the Tim Hardaway Foundation has focused efforts on giving voice to the voiceless in Haiti. By funding the construction of homes for impoverished families, the Tim Hardaway Foundation will establish livable conditions and give many children a healthy life to look forward to on the island.

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