|Full Name, Name||Timothy Theodore Tim Duncan“ Tim” Duncan|
|Age, Born||He is 37 years old, he was born on April 25, 1976 in Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands|
|Net Worth||$ 150 Million|
|Endorsements||Adidas, American Express, Nike, Energizer (Edge Pro Gel), Bridgestone tires, Gunn Auto, HEB supermarket& Coca-Cola Company (Sprite)|
|Source of Wealth||Basketball|
|Assets||He has a Texas House, BlackJack Speed Shop, he has 3 cars: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, Nissan GT-R, 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air|
|Achievements||He was achieved Bronze Medals: in 2004 Athens in Olympic Games, in 1994 St. Petersburg in Goodwill.Then, Gold Medals: in 1999 & 2003 San Juan in FIBA Americans Championship and in 1995 Fukuoka in Summer Universiade.|
|Family||He married to Amy and they have 2 children: Sydney and Draven. Now, they were divorced|
Tim Duncan is one of the greatest basketball players of the National Association Basketball (NBA). He began his Basketball career in 1997. As we know that, Tim is one of the highest paid Basketball players in NBA history. He has collected in individual and team achievements. In NBA he can get $ 200 Million and his basketball contract paid of $ 21.3 Million per year. But, in 2012-2013 seasons he accepted of $11.5 million that cut from his salary. Nowadays, he has net worth approximately $150 Million.
He also got from some endorsement to pay him of $ 2 until 3.5 per year. Besides that, he has some luxury assets from his salary there are a Texas House, Black Jack Speed Shop and he has also 3 cars there are 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, Nissan GT-R, 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. Media noted that, Tim get honor degree in psychology the he founded a charity organization that is The Tim Duncan Foundation that to help about education, health, sport in around of the United States. Actually, this organization have good program that is cancer research and success to gather more than $350,000. Although, after divorced he and his wife did not promise about their wealth.
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