Robyn Hayward is widely recognized as the wife of NBA player Gordon Hayward. The couple was together from their college days, in love. They married on May 24, 2015, and are now happy parents to two children, Bernadette Marie and Charlotte Margaret.
Gordon, who is a great husband to Robyn and a doting father to their children, is also a successful basketball player. He is the basketball enthusiast from the beginning and his decision to pursue basketball as a professional career has made all the difference.
Gordon Hayward's Career
Gordon Hayward started playing basketball from a very young age. He was also on every basketball team to schools/colleges he attended. He had to leave his college basketball career because he was drafted in the NBA in 2010 as the 9th overall pick.
He was picked by the Utah Jazz. He stayed in the team for 7 seasons. Hayward, who had signed $62.9 million deal with the team in 2014/15 season cut a year short in his 4 years deal and became a free agent. His stay in the Utah Jazz had him a paycheck of around $14-16 million a year.
After being a free agent, Hayward signed a $128 million four years dealing with the Boston Celtics with the last year optional, in 2017. The athlete who suffered horrific leg injury still will be earning $30 million for his regular seasons.
Gordon Hayward's Net Worth
His move to the Boston Celtics from the Utah Jazz is one of the biggest free transfer in basketball history. Apart from the game's salary, the athlete earns from endorsement deals as well. Likewise, Gordon also signed an eSports endorsement deal in 2016.
Also, an avid video-game player, Gordon endorses HyperX. He also has numerous personal investments of over $25 million. With such a great fortune, Gordon also splurges his money in luxury. He owns fancy cars like Lamborghini Aventador (worth $450,000), P85 model S Tesla (worth $80,000), and a Range Rover.
Gordon had sold his previous house in 2001 for $2.75 million. He bought a Tennis Court Estate in Rancho Santa Fe, California for $3.35 Million in 2015. He also had another home in Sandy, Utah, which he listed for sale in 2017 for $765,000.
The athlete's current estimated net worth is $52 million.