Adreian Payne MSU Net Worth: How Rich Was He At The Time Of His Death?

According to digitalnetworth.com, Payne had an estimated net worth of 1 million to 4 million dollars.

The hooper's primary source of income was from being a basketball player.

He signed with the Juventus Uthena of the Lithuanian Basketball League in December 2021.

However, the contract details of Payne are kept confidential.

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Adreian Payne NBA Salary Details

According to digitalnetworth.com, Adreian Payne's salary was $400k to $700k.

However, Payne's total earnings throughout his basketball career are yet to be disclosed.

In his professional basketball career, Adreian was the Pro A champion (2019), French Cup Winner (2019), and the Greek League Champion (2018).

Moreover, he was also selected two times for second-team All-Big Ten (2013, 2014).

What Was Adreian Payne's Age?

Adreian Payne was just 31 years old at the time of his demise.

The hooper was announced dead today, on May 9, 2022, by the Michigan State Football/men's basketball reporter Chris Solari with the Detroit Free Press.

Adreian was born on February 19, 1991, in Dayton, Ohio.

The basketballer had a height of 6 feet 10 inches. Likewise, Payne's listed weight was approx. 237 lb (108 kg).

Payne graduated from Jefferson Township High School. Similarly, he enrolled in Michigan State College (2010-2014).

The hooper was drafted in NBA 2014 draft as the round 15th overall pick by the Atlanta Hawks.

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Adreian Payne Wikipedia 

As of 2022, Adreian Payne got his page on the official website of Wikipedia.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Adreian Payne, a former Michigan State basketball player, died.

The former Spartan was a first-round pick of the Atlanta Hawks in the 2014 NBA draft after four seasons with the Spartans.

Adreian was a star at Jefferson High School, where he led the team to a state championship in Division IV.

He was best known for his basketball skills. He led the Big 10 in free throw percentage as a junior at Michigan State despite being a center.

Thomas Payne and Gloria Lewis are his parents, but he was raised by his grandmother, Mary Lewis.