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Wrong Investment and Collecting Cars Led Kenny Anderson to Bankruptcy

Wrong Investment and Collecting Cars Led Kenny Anderson to Bankruptcy

Name Kenneth Anderson
Age, Born 42 years old, Queens, New York, October 9, 1970
Net Worth $150,000
Source of Wealth Basketball athlete
Achievement NBA All-Star, Consensus NCAA All-American First Team
Family Divorce with 7 children Danielle, Christy, Lyric, Jazz, Kenneth , Devin, Tiana


recently, Kenny Anderson revealed that his amount of net worth is only $150 thousand. With that amount of net worth, simply we can call that Kenny Anderson is broke. Yes, it can’t be helped that Kenny Anderson almost lost everything in his life. As a retired American basketball player who spent his 14 seasons in the NBA, Kenny Anderson can’t deny that he was actually having earned much money. Her ex wife, Tami Roman even revealed that Kenny Anderson used to have about $200 million. Kenny Anderon even paid about $9,185,000 while joining Seattle SuperSonics in 2002-2003 season. Before, Kenny Anderson also paid about $8,350,000 with the Boston Celtics and $5,010,000 with the Portland Trail Blazers. But now, Kenny Anderson has been said that he only has $150.000 and should support his seven children from five different women.

Kenny Anderson said that his basketball skill was discovered in his high school years. He joined several athletic branches but his most interest was in basketball. When he was enrolled Archbishop Molloy High School in Briarwood, Kenny Anderson spent almost his time by playing basketball. His name even noted as a McDonald’s All-American and named as d New York State Mr. Basketball. While Anderson was at Georgia Tech he brought his campus to victory after defeated Michigan State. In 1991, Kenny Anderson then selected for NBA Draft by New Jersey Nets. He was the youngest player at that time and has been averaging about 7 points, 2 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game. It was increased with his second years by average 18.8 ppg and 9.6 apg.

Kenny Anderson has been played for several major team leagues like the Portland Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, Seattle SuperSonics, the Indiana Pacers, Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Clippers. But due to his foolish decision in investment he lost almost his entire money. Kenny Anderson also best known with his hobbies of collecting expensive cars which are leading him to bankruptcy.