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Former American Basketballer Jalen Rose's Net Worth & Overall Earning: His Career Journey

Shree Krishna Mon Dec, 2018
Former American Basketballer Jalen Rose's Net Worth & Overall Earning: His Career Journey

Jalen Anthony Rose is a former American professional basketball player. He currently is the sports analyst for ESPN. Rose is the co-founder of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. Rose played in the NBA for six teams during his 13-year of a professional career, notably Indiana Pacers, alongside Reggie Miller.

Rose played his college basketball for Michigan from 1991 to 1994 and played as professional from 1994 to 2007. Rose was one of the highest paid NBA players of his time. Over his thirteen years of professional career, Rose has amassed a staggering net worth of $60 million.

Former American Basketballer Jalen Rose's Net Worth in 2018

Jalen Rose, who attended the Southwestern High School in Detroit, was a star player since his school days. During his college basketball, he was teammates with future NBA players Howard Eisley and Voshon Lenard.

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Well, later, the man came out as a successful person. Rose's total career earning is more than of the NBA legend Michael Jordan. In just 13 years of professional career, Rose has his total career earnings at $102 million

Today, Rose enjoys a net worth of $60 million. During his career in NFL, Rose played for six different NFL teams. Here is the breakdown of Rose's salary with his respective team. 

Jalen Rose's Salary Details.

 Season   Team  Salary (per anum.)
 2000-01  Indiana Pacers  $9,660,000
 2001-02  Indiana Pacers  $10,865,250
 2002-03  Chicago Bulls  $12,072,500
 2003-04  Toronto Raptors  $13,279,750
 2004-05  Toronto Raptors  $14,487,000
 2005-06  Toronto Raptors  $15,694,250
 2006-07  Phoenix Suns  $1,540,000
 2006-07  New York Knicks  $14,601,500

Rose, after his retirement in 2007, turned to broadcasting career. While on-field Rose made millions and after his retirement Rose is making millions, compratively less than he used to earn, as a host on the American TV program Get Up! on ESPN.

Get Up! is a morning talk show co-hosted by Mike Greenberg, Rose, and Michelle Beadle. As revealed by The Hollywood Reporter, ESPN pays a huge $14.5 million jointly to the three co-hosts: Rose makes $3 million a year, Greenberg $6.5 million and Beadle $5 million.

This guy is a money spinner, no matter where he plays!!

Famed as one of the best on-field at NBA, Rose lives a life that goes by his stature. 

Jalen Rose Lifestyle: House & Cars

Jalen Rose spends millions on his luxurious lifestyle, well what you earn is what you spend. Rose owns an extensively expensive mansion worth $8.5 million in Orchard Lake. Rose listed his 9,296 sq. ft., five beds and nine baths mansion in the market in 2017 for $8.5 million.

Rose is an avid wheels lovers. His cars collection includes 1964 Cadillac and 1969 Dodger Charger. 

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In addition to his properties worth millions, Rose has invested some part of his wealth, buying stakes in Chicago-area pizzeria Chain, Giordano. The amount of Rose's investment is undisclosed.

Short Bio

Jalen Anthony Rose was born on 30 January 1973, to parents Jeanne Rose and Jimmy Walker. Rose's mother named him after his father's name, Hames and his uncle's name, Leonard. Rose is of American nationality. Rose grew up with four siblings.

Rose lost his father to lung cancer in July 2007. His father was the No. 1 overall draft pick in the NBA in the 1972 NBA All-Star Game.

Rose attended Southwestern High School in Detroit. He went to the University of Michigan. He was a member of the Fab Five, the 1991 University of Michigan men's basketball team.

Career Highlights

  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team - 1995
  • Consensus second-team All-American - 1994