Bradley Ernest Davis (born December 17, 1955) is an American retired professional basketball player who has a brother Mickey Davis who is also a basketball player or we can say he is following his big brother's footstep. Bradley spent most of his NBA career with the Dallas Mavericks.
Bradley graduated from Monaca High School and played basketball under the supervision of coach Dave Nichol. Bradley was also a member of the Terrapins Varsity basketball team when he joined the University of Maryland for four years. Bradley retired in the year 1992 as a player and he was the first of the two Mavericks who also had their number retired with them.
We will get back to you about that later, now let's find out his net worth.
Bradley Davis is very dedicated to helping young athletes and he keeps on doing that time and again. With all those records in the past, he is one of the best NBA athletes of all time. His job as a coach and a radio broadcaster earns him a lot of money which adds up to his net worth.
Brad Davis at his young age playing basketball
Till now he has the net worth of $2.1 million that he has accumulated throughout his career. But, the figure is incomplete and we guess his net worth to be more than $2.1 million.
Brad Davis Promoting young player
Davis isn't active in social media and he seems like a quiet person who likes to keep everything to himself. A great player like him should have faced a lot of paparazzi around him but has been able to maintain his low profile.
Talking about Bradley Davis career, he was one of the first two Mavericks who had the number retired with him. Number retired! That's a sign of respect to the player(if you don't know).
Anyone who retires with the number takes the number with them and no-one can ever replace that number while playing for the same team. Now no-one can wear number 5 in Mavericks team.
Brad Davis taking a shot
Brad on a game
The reason behind this respect is, Bradley holds the record for most consecutive three-pointer without a miss, a 6-3 guard, the all-time leader in games played at 883. Along with that Davis won Favorite Maverick Awards from 1982-86, five years in a row. That's some achievement.
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After Davis retired as a player in 1992, he again joined Dallas as an assistant coach and since then he is the one to be thankful for the team's success. Davis loves coaching, we can say that because on offseason he helps college and high school athletes to prepare them for NBA.