What Happened To Udonis Haslem Head? Bald Spots Leads Fans To Believe He Might Have Alopecia

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What Happened To Udonis Haslem Head? Udonis Haslem is claimed to suffer from alopecia, which causes him to get bald.

Udonis is a basketball player for the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association.

The basketball star was passed over in the NBA draft in 2002 owing to his short size; at the NBA pre-draft camp, he was just 6 ft 6 in tall (1.98 m).

He went to Wolfson High School in Jacksonville, Florida, before transferring to Miami Senior High School in Miami. 

He played alongside another future NBA player, Steve Blake, to help Miami High win state titles in 1997 and 1998 (his last two of three in a row).

Udonis Haslem player for Miami Heat in NBA
Udonis Haslem player for Miami Heat in NBA

What Happened To Udonis Haslem Head? Bald Spots

Due to hair loss, Udonis Haslem developed bald spots on his head.

On Twitter, people are expressing their thoughts and ideas regarding his bald head.

Udonis Haslem didn't suffer an injury and played his final game for Boston in the TD yard. However, his hair loss was caused by an allergy rather than alopecia.

'Udonis Haslem says he had an allergic reaction to something he placed in his hair, no idea what it was. His head swelled. Now get close to his eyes', wrote @EthanJSkolnick on Twitter.

Udonis Haslem Alopecia Rumors

Udonis Haslem is said to be suffering from alopecia.

Alopecia areata is an allergic illness in which your hair falls out in quarter-sized clumps. Hair loss differs significantly from person to person.

Some guys only seem to lose it in a few areas. Others have suffered substantial losses.

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How Much Is Udonis Haslem's Net Worth?

According to celebirtynetworth.com, Udonis Haslem's net worth is estimated to be over $20 million.

His annual salary is estimated to be $3.8 million. He has spent his entire NBA career with the Miami Heat as a Power Forward.

While playing basketball for the Florida Gators, he was a key member of four NCAA tournament teams.

Haslem began his professional career with Chalon-sur-Saone in France before joining the Miami Heat in 2003 and becoming the franchise's all-time leading scorer. Haslem also won three NBA championships with the Heat.

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