Basketball Star Rafer Alston Net Worth And Career Earnings Explored

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Rafer Alston had earned quite an impressive fortune as a professional basketball player. His net worth is estimated to be $24 million. 

"The Greatest Mixtape Ever," the next part of ESPN's Peabody and Emmy award-winning 30 for 30 series, premiered on May 31. The documentary, directed by Chris Robinson and Set Free Richardson, looks at how 1990s streetball and the And1 Mixtape changed basketball culture in general.

It will include an interview of several players, including basketball legend Rafer Alston. 

Rafer Alston Net Worth Raises Curiosity Among Fans

Rafer Alston is said to have a net worth of $24 million. As per, he had signed over 33 million worth of contracts during his career from 1999 to 2010. Although he retired in 2012, the contract details about Zhejiang Lions and Los Angeles D-Fenders are not available on the internet. 

He entered the NBA Draft after his collegiate career in 1998. He was the 39th overall pick in the second round by the Milwaukee Bucks. He successfully transitioned from streetball to the professional game during his time at Bucks. 


He was traded to Toronto Raptors in 2003 and went on to play for Miami Heat soon after. In 2004, he returned to Toronto and signed a multi-year deal. From 2005 to 2008, he played for Houston Rockets, and in 2009 was for Orlando Magic. 

He went to sign a contract with New Jersey Nets in June 2009 and was let go in January 2010. He returned to Miami in 2010 and then went for Zhejiang Lions in 2011. But, he was asked not to return after attending his friend's funeral, and despite his injury, he did not see the doctor. 

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Rafer Alston Career Earnings-How Much Did He Earn?

Rafer Alston had career earnings of $28,129,531. He was an exceptional player who played professional basketball from 1999 to 2012. Following his retirement, his whereabouts are hardly known. 

His news was on the media till 2007, when the police arrested him on several charges. But, after that, he has not been seen in public. But in 2020, there was news that he was seriously interested in coaching the team of Houston Rockets. 

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ESPN Documentary Features Rafer Alston

ESPN released the new documentary The Greatest Mixtape ever, which looks back at the 1990s scenario of basketball culture. The mixtape will emphasize the cultural significance of the connection between music and basketball.


30 for 30: The Greatest Mixtape Ever features unique interviews with Fat Joe, Funk Master Flex, Iman Shumpert, Isiah Thomas, Kemba Walker, Lou Williams, Rafer Alston, and Scoop Jackson, as well as a look back at a pivotal moment in basketball history.

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