Patrick Aloysius Ewing professionally known as Patrick Ewing is a Jamaican-American retired Hall of Fame basketball player. At the moment, he is the head coach of the Georgetown Hoyas and most popular for being in NBA's New York Hicks. Today's let's discuss Patrick Ewing's net worth, career, and awards.
Ewing started his professional career in the year 1985 as a basketball player and started his coaching career in 2002. You know he is still active in the field which makes everyone suspect that his net worth is high as hell. Stay with us to know more about Patrick Ewing.
To be exact, Ewing started his professional basketball career in 1985 and ended it in 2002. In 2002, he started his coaching career and is still active in it. It's been like over three decades that Ewing started his career and is still actively working in it.
Former basketball player about to score, source: EX NBA
Speaking of Patrick Ewing's net worth, as of 2017, his estimated net worth is $85 Million. Impressive, right? Want to know more about his salary? Well, he has no official salary figures disclosed in any media. But rumors have it that Georgetown offered his $4 million compensation annually.
If you ask the sources of income of Ewing, he might have collected a huge amount through his basketball career. Also, he might be adding huge bucks through his coaching career and will definitely uplift his net worth in coming days.
While Ewing was at Georgetown Ewing, he became a US citizen. He led the Hoyas to the National Championship Game but sadly lost it to the James Worthy lead North Carolina Tar Heels. In 1984 they beat the Hakeem Olajuwon. He also played for the United States Men's Olympic basketball team in the same year in Los Angeles.
It won’t be wrong to say that Ewing’s career production and highlights are really impressive. In 1985, he joined New York Knicks and left it in 2000 to join Seattle SuperSonics. In 2001, he joined Orlando Magic and stayed there till 2002.
Patrick Ewing receiving one of the awards, Source: Lipstick Alley
In 2002, Ewing started his coaching career as an assistant for Washington Wizards and left it in 2003. He joined Houston Rockets in 2003 as an assistant until 2006. In 2007, he became an assistant for Orlando Magic and left 2012 to join Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets in 2013. At the moment, he is working at Georgetown.
Speaking of Patrick Ewing's awards, he won ‘Big East Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the year’ in the year 1984 and 1985. He also grabbed ‘Naismith Men’s College Player of the year’ 1985, ‘NBA All-Rookie Team’ 1986, ‘NBA Rookie of the year award’, in the same year, ‘All NBA Team’ in 1990.