Former NBA player Nick Collison has a net worth of millions. Know all in detail about his wealth.
Nick Collison was a professional basketball for fifteen years and that too in the basketball's highest league, i.e., NBA. During the entirety of his career, he played for a single team Seattle SuperSonice which later became Oklahoma City Thunder. He is one of the rare guys out there who can brag about playing for a single team in his whole career. After his retirement, the Thunder retired Collison's No.4 jersey in his honor.
The 40-year-old has not only a wonderful career, but he has fared a successful life on a personal level as well. Right now, he is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Jessica Wilson. With his attorney, fiance, and daughter Emma Collison, he lives a happy life.
For someone who played fifteen years in the NBA, one cannot help but think he possesses enormous wealth. Well, how much is his wealth? How much was his salary when he was playing for the Thunder? Get all the information in the following section.
Nick Collison is a Multi-Millionaire
There you have it, Nick Collison is a multi-millionaire, and sources say he has a whopping net worth of $25 million as of 2021. During his time as an NBA player, the average salary of a player in the league was around $3 million. If you look at the earning stats, it is not that surprising given the fact that he played in the NBA for fifteen years.
Nick Collison earned tens of millions of dollars throughout his basketball career. Photo Source: The Oklahoman
The 40-year-old's highest salary was in the 2010-11 season when he made an incredible $13.25 million in a single season. Before that, he made one average of $6 million for three straight years.
In the final years of his career, Collison racking millions from his basketball contract. On February 03, 2015, he signed a two-year deal with the Thunder worth $7.5 million. Upon the end of the contract in 2017, the 2.08 meters tall man re-signed with his beloved club making $2.3 million in the final season of his career.