As the American basketball player has an estimated net worth of around $8 million which seems a little low now but we promise it surely is in an increasing fashion.
As the American basketball player, he has an estimated net worth of around $8 million. While with the team, the Los Angles have won Florida 6A state championship twice. He was named as the Naismith Prep Player of the year and represented the United States in FIBA Americas U18 Championship claiming the gold medal.
In returning to Los Angles Clippers Austin Rivers has agreed on a three-year, $35 million deal, according to the Adrian Wojnarowski from Vertical.
He recently penned a contract with Los Angeles Clippers worth $6.4 Million in 2015, and his salary for the Los Angles Clippers according to 2015's contract is reported to be at $3.1 million.
The American Basketball player has the collections of two cars which include A Ferrari F12 which estimated price is about $550,000 and a Mercedes Benz G-Wagon who's estimated price is $120,000.
Further, Austin Rivers bought the new Pacific Palisades home for $6.1 million which is spread 7,400 square feet and six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
It is designed for the Indoor-outdoor entertaining and has a multi-level home pocketing glass walls, a rooftop deck, and a balcony centered ocean view along with a home theater.
Awesome ain't it? Lucky are the girls nearby they get to see the NBA star work out at open.
Well, it was not so long ago, when Austin Rivers was considered as an enormous NBA draft bust, which is one of the worst rookie debuts in the modern memory but a few strong postseason performances have almost completely changed the narrative.
At the end of the season, Los Angles Clippers' has a disastrous note when they watched a 3-1 series lead against the Houston Rockets in the Western Conference semifinals evaporate in the haze of hesitancy, missed the jump shot, and sloppy defense.
In January, just two-plus years into Austin career, he has flirted with irrelevancy after the New Orleans Pelicans sent him to the Boston Celtics in return of Pelicans which was Quincy Pondexter, a second-round draft pick, and a middle three-and-D wing.
On July 13, 2015, Austin re-signed Clippers and scored 22 points win over the Charlotte Hornets. As on February 6, 2016, he was ruled out for the four to six weeks because his left hand has been broken.