How Much is Boston Celtics' Head Coach Brad Stevens' net worth? His Income Sources, Salary, Signing Amount
Curious about the American professional basketball head coach for Boston Celtics of the NBA Brad Stevens' net worth? Stevens who previously worked as the head coach at Butler University in Indianapolis started his career in the year 1995.
We'll discuss on his net worth, income sources and some major career heights here. Keep reading
How much is Brad Stevens' Net Worth?
As Brad Stevens is a professional basketball head coach and has been working in this particular field since a long time, there is no doubt that he is rich. Moreover, he is a former basketball player as well!
Speaking of Stevens's net worth, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Brad Stevens is estimated to have around $6 million net worth whereas his annual estimated salary is around $3 million.
Given that Stevens is still actively involved in basketball, his net worth and income is bound to increase in coming years.
Career Heights for Brad Stevens
Stevens started his career as a basketball player. He played basketball for around four years from 1995 to 1999 at DePauw University. Stevens became assistant basketball coach in the year 2001 for Butler University and worked for around seven years there.
Later, in 2007, he was promoted to become the head coach at Butler and worked there for six years. He became NBA's Boston Celtics' head coach in 2013. During this particular time, he won two-time Horizon Coach of the Year and three times Horizon League Champion. He signed a contract with the Celtics for six years, the deal was worth $22 million.
Awards and Recognitions
Brad Stevens has been awarded numerous times and was included in numerous nominations. In 2009, he was one of the finalists for Henry Iba Coach of the Year. He was twice awarded the Horizon Coach of the Year and Horizon League Champion thrice. Also, he won two NCAA Regional Championships.
In 2011, Stevens won the Clair Bee Coach of the Year Award. He set a record for most wins in a coach's first three years in 2010. Stevens finished with a 25-27 record in his first NBA season.
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