Evan Turner Net Worth: Evan Marcel Turner is an American former basketball player, born October 27, 1988. In 2010 the Philadelphia 76ers developed it in the NBA draught and it played for them before it is traded in February 2014 to Indiana Pacers. Turner plays point guard, fireguard, and little front positions.
While studying in Gwendolyn brooks middle school, Evan Turner began playing basketball. He was named the first Associated Press Class AA all-state team from 2006 to 2007 and played for St. Joseph High School.
He was in the men’s basketball squad of Ohio State Buckeyes. Turner has been honored as the MVP of Big Ten and Big Ten of 2010. Tournament. Instead, he decided to forget his last season and entered the NBA draught.
Turner was drafted by the 76ers in the 2010 NBA Draft as the first, second overall photo. After four seasons with the club, he was traded as an unrestricted tax officer for Boston Celtics to Indiana Pacers and a few months later.
The player’s net salaries are about $20 million and range between $20 million and millions of dollars annually, depending on a variety of factors. While average NBA players receive almost $2 million in salaries, the small number of D-league crossover players pay less than 50,000 dollars.
The NBA players’ wage ceiling is around $100 million, but no one makes nearly as much money today. Top players receive almost 35 million dollars. Excluding NBA, annual payments for small league teams can be less than $20,000 a year.