Baron Walter Louis Davis is a former professional basketball player and currently a studio analyst for NBA on TNT. He played 12 seasons in the National Basketball Association with 13,447 total points, 6,025 assists, and 1,530 steals.
Davis is 42 years old and here is everything you need to know about his net worth, salary, career, personal life, and more.
Baron Davis Facts
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California|
|Net Worth (2021)||$60 million|
|Date of Birth||April 13, 1979|
|Height (ft)||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight (kg)||212 lb (96 kg)|
|NBA Draft Year||1999|
|NBA Draft Pick||Round 1, Pick 3rd overall|
|Playing Career||1999 – 2012; 2016|
|Teams||Hornets, Pelicans (Previously Hornets), Warriors, Clippers, Cavaliers, Knicks (NBA)|
|Wife/Girlfriend||Isabella Brewster, Laura Dern|
Baron Davis Net Worth And Salary
Baron Davis enjoyed 12 years of NBA basketball, raking in a neat little fortune before calling it quits from professional basketball. His earning capacity did not diminish like most professional athletes after his playing days ended. The 42-year-old owns many business enterprises such as Sports and Lifestyle in Culture (SLiC), Business Inside the Game (B.I.G.), The Black Santa Company and No Label.
Baron Davis has built a steady career in the film and television industry after retiring from the NBA. He has appeared in “The Cookout” and “That’s My Boy,” and guest-starred on the television shows “Lincoln Heights,” “The Forgotten,” and “Mozart in the Jungle.” Both he and his high school friend, Cash Warren owns a production company called Verso Entertainment. On November 12, 2015, Davis starred as Louis in the fourth episode of “Uncle Drew”.
Davis was one of the original investors in Vitaminwater. He also helped launch Thrive Market.
Baron Davis Basketball Career
Baron Davis was a McDonald’s High School All-American, leading his team Crossroads School in Santa Monica to the championship of the Beach Ball Classic tournament and winning MVP. He was also named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year after enrolling at UCLA in 1998. Davis averaged 13.6 points and 5.1 assists in his college career before declaring for the NBA draft in 1999.
He was picked third overall by the Charlotte Hornets and led the team to the playoffs in his second season itself, sweeping the Miami Heat in the first round. The California-native shot the longest shot in NBA history at 89 feet against the Bucks in 2001. He won the game for his side with 0.7 seconds left on the clock. Davis had many playoffs runs with Charlotte before getting traded to the Golden State Warriors. His injuries started to pile up but it did not deter him from leading the Warriors to their first playoff appearance since 1994.
Davis faced further tension with coaches in San Francisco and opted to sign for the Los Angeles Lakers next. His problems with authority carried with him throughout his career as he was moved on to Cleveland and then to New York. In 2012 he became a free agent. Since 2017, he has been a regular panelist at TNT after his playing career ended. He made a short appearance for Delaware 86ers in the Drew League in 2015. He was a two-time NBA All-Star, picked into the All-NBA Third Team in 2004, and led the league in steals twice.
Baron Davis Personal Life
Davis married Isabella Brewster, the sister of actress Jordana Brewster in 2014 and had two children with her. The couple split in 2017. He has been spotted going out on multiple dates with model Laura Dern.
Davis is quite the work fanatic, separating his time from one screen to the next. He is an analyst for TNT and a growing figure in entertainment. He also oversees plenty of businesses including a gaming company, 5 Balloons Interactive with Sean O’Brien, formerly of EA Sports.
FAQs About Baron Davis
Baron Davis didn’t win any championships in his career.
Baron Davis was also known as B-Diddy, The Baron, and Too Easy.
Davis earned nearly $150 million from investing in Vitamin Water.
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