In the 15 years of NBA career, Trevor Ariza has made a massive success and fame. Because of his striking ability and quickness, he is often called ‘Cobra’. He is assumed as an outstanding rebounder for small forwards. He is also enrolled in the list of heavily paid athletes. His career earnings are based on contracts, earning and endorsements. It is believed that recently 33 years old Ariza has signed a new contract with Washington Wizards. Other details and duration of this contract are yet not formally described anywhere. But, the salary figure is disclosed i.e. of $5 Million.
Trevor Ariza Salary 2019:
- Around, $5 Million is the Trevor Ariza salary 2019.
Short Bio and Career Detail of Trevor Ariza:
One of the greatest NBA players Trevor Ariza was born on June 30, 1985, in Miami, Florida, USA as Trevor Anthony Ariza to (Kenny McClary) father and (Lolita Ariza) mother. He is raised by his biological mother and stepfather. Ariza’s father was also a great basketball player at the University of Florida and he played at a professional level in Australia with Sydney Kings. He belongs to Dominican and Turks & Caicos Island ancestry.
Before becoming a part of NBA, Ariza went to Westchester High School resides in Los Angeles, California where he was an immature player and used to play basketball with NBA future players and teammates that includes Brandon Health and Hassan Adams.
Later in 2003-2004, he attended the University of California, Los Angeles on athletic scholarship basis and got training from Ben Howland, the coach of UCLA Bruins basketball team. After a successful season at university, he was drafted by the NBA in the following year.
Trevor Ariza Net Worth 2019:
- Around, $40 Million is the Trevor Ariza net worth 2019.
Trevor Ariza Career Earnings:
- Approximate figures of Trevor Ariza Career earnings are $90 Million.
Ariza was picked in the second round and ranked at the 43rd position overall of the New York Knicks. However, the seasons played at the NBA depicts that Ariza started his rookie year that comes off the bench.
It is stated that in Knicks history, Ariza was the second youngest rookie player who played 80 matches at the age of 19. In the second draft, he played almost 36 games. In 2006, Ariza was shifted to Orlando Magic with Penny Hardaway.
In the next year, Ariza was again traded to Los Angeles Lakers. During 2012, he became a member of Washington Wizards and then he joined Houston Rockets for the duration of about four years.