Matt Barnes Net Worth, Age, Height, Full Bio (2021)

What is Matt Barnes’s Net Worth?

As of 2021, The net worth of Matt Barnes is estimated to be between $14 million.

Net Worth$14 million
Annual Salary$450K
Source of incomeProfessional Basketball Player
Last Updated2021
Matt Barnes net worth

Matt Barnes Wiki/Bio

Matt Barnes Bio

Matt Barnes is a former NBA player. He played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for 14 seasons before announcing his retirement via an Instagram post on December 11, 2017, following the Golden State Warriors NBA Championship.

Quick Bio 
Real NameMatt Barnes
Known asMatt Barnes
Age41 Years Old
BirthplaceSanta Clara, California
Date of BirthMarch 9, 1980
Birth SignPisces
CountryUnited States
ProfessionProfessional Basketball Player

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

The height of Matt Barnes is 6 Feet 7 Inches, and the weight is 97 Kg or 213 lb. The eye color is Brown and the hair color is Dark Brown.

Height6 Feet 7 Inches
Weight97 Kg or 213 lb
Hair ColorDark brown
Eye ColorBrown

Early Life, Family & Education

Matt Barnes was born in Santa Clara, California, on March 9, 1980. His father is of African American ancestry, while his mother is of white origin.

He enrolled in Campo High School for his studies, where he was an active member of the football and basketball teams. Subsequently, he enlisted in the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He played four seasons of college basketball at that university.

Matt Barnes Net Worth & Professional Career

Matt Barnes Career
Matt Barnes Net Worth & Professional Career

The Memphis Grizzlies selected Barnes in the 2002 NBA Draft. He remained with the franchise for long, as he was quickly traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He was signed to the Long Beach Jam’s new team in 2003. There, he competed for the American Basketball Association (ABA) Championship, which he finally won with his new team by a score of 24-7.

Matt’s performance in the final impressed him enough to earn him a contract with the new professional basketball team, the Los Angeles Clippers, for the second half of the 2003-04 season. In October 2004, he was signed by a new franchise, the Sacramento Kings.

He averaged 17 points and nine rebounds in his first game with the Kings. In October 2005, he signed a free-agent contract with the New York Knicks. He appeared in six games with the team before being acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers.

Matt was signed to the Golden State Warriors’ new club in 2006. He was allowed to demonstrate his ability on the field when forward Mike Dunleavy, Jr. was benched. Barnes established a new Warriors franchise record with seven three-point three-pointers.

His offense improved significantly from 3 to 9.8 points per game. He appeared in 76 games for Philadelphia.

Barnes spent a year with the Phoenix Suns, serving a two-game ban. He then spent two years with the Orlando Magic.

He then spent two years with the Los Angeles Lakers from 2010 to 2012. Barnes returned to the NBA in September 2012 with the Los Angeles Clippers. In June 2013, he was named Defensive Player of the Year. On June 25, 2015, Barnes re-joined the Memphis Grizzlies.

Barnes was a free agent signing with the Sacramento Kings on July 9, 2016. However, on February 20, 2017, he departed the organization and joined the Golden State Warriors on March 2, 2017.

The Warriors won the 2017 NBA Championship in the NBA Finals. Barnes earned his first championship ring with the victory after 16 years and 14 seasons in the NBA.

Barnes announced his retirement from the NBA on December 11, 2017, via an Instagram post.

Matt Barnes Personal Life

Matt Barnes was previously married to Gloria Govan, a reality celebrity. They exchanged wedding vows in 2012 and divorced two years later.

Carter and Isaiah are the couple’s twins. Matt is currently dating Anansa Sims, a plus-size model. After their breakup in 2020, the pair reconciled in March 2021.

Barnes is currently engaged in a heated Twitter debate with Kwame Brown over whether or not he should participate in his podcast.

Brown had remarked him, stating, “Your only joke is about basketball; I’ve got a joke about your life, you punk bitch.” He reminisced about his previous encounter with Derek Fisher and ridiculed Barnes by referring to Becky with good hair.

Matt Barnes Net Worth, Income Sources & Cars

Matt Barnes’ net worth is estimated to be $14 million as of 2021. He has amassed a sizable fortune through his professional basketball career.

According to some publications, he was getting a $3.4 million annual income. Matt has received numerous fines over his career. He was fined $35,000 for defending his actions against Derek Fisher of the New York Knicks during their October altercation.

Matt Barnes has a white Lexani Motorcars Cadillac Escalade and an Asanti-wheeled white Cadillac Escalade.

Matt Barnes Net Worth Growth in Last 3 Years

Net Worth in 2021$14 Million
Net Worth in 2020$12 Million
Net Worth in 2019$9 Million
Matt Barnes net worth

Social Media Information

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