Matt Barnes Net Worth [2023]: Salary, House, Biography, Age, Height, Wife

Matt Barnes Net Worth: $15 Million

Matt Barnes’s estimated net worth is $15 Million around 2023. Matt Barnes created a multimillion dollar company by using his career.

Matt Barnes Net Worth
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Born on March 9, 1980, Matt Barnes is a well-known former professional basketball player in the United States. From his career, Matt Barnes has made a respectable sum of money. An estimate of Matt Barnes’ monthly income is $80,000 or more. He still has a long way to go before he can earn much more money and accomplish much more than he has already.

Matt Barnes Net Worth 2023:

Net Worth in 2019$10 Million
Net Worth in 2020$11 Million
Net Worth in 2021$12 Million
Net Worth in 2022$13 Million
Net Worth in 2023$15 Million

Matt Barnes Biography:

Full NameMatthew Kelly Barnes
Birth DateMarch 9, 1980 
Birth PlaceSanta Clara, California.
Nick NameBubs
ReligionChristianity
NationalityAmerican
EducationDel Campo High SchoolUniversity of California
Playing Career2002 – 2017
Father’s NameHenry Barnes
Mother’s NameAnn Barnes
SiblingsJason Barnes, Dannielle Barnes
Age42 years
Height6 feet 7 inches
Weight103 kg
NBA Draft2002
ShootsRight
Food HabitsNon-vegeterian
Points 7,589 (8.2 ppg)  
Rebounds 4,281 (4.6 rpg)
Assists 1,691 (1.8 apg)
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown
Career Highlights NBA champion (2017)
BuildAthletic
Marital StatusDivorced
Ex-WifeGloria govan
GirlfriendAnansa sims
Jersey Number9, 21, 22
PositionSmall forward, Shooting guard
ProfessionBasketball player
LeagueNBA
Annual SalaryUnder Review
Social MediaInstagramFacebookTwitter
Last Update2023
Matt Barnes Biography
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Matt Barnes Family:

California’s Santa Clara was the place of birth of basketball player Matt Barnes on March 9, 1980. Unlike his father, who is African American, his mother is Caucasian.

Particularly with his mother, he was incredibly close. His mother, Ann Barnes, was given the news that she had lung cancer on November 1 of that year, and she passed away on November 27, 2007.

Prior to the Golden State Warriors’ inaugural season that year, the player learned of his mother’s condition. Twenty-six days later, she passed away.

The gamer actually has a large scroll with a floral vine running beside it tattooed on the right side of his torso. The letters RIP are engraved inside the scroll.

On the left side of his body, a vertical tattoo with the word “Mother” can be seen. The tattoos collectively read “RIP Mother.”

His mother, Ann Barnes, who passed away from cancer in 2007, was honoured with this tattoo.

Additionally, Matt has a large tattoo of an angel praying with her hands clasped on his stomach. The angel has her wings spread.

Additionally, the angel stands for Matt’s mother. When he was injured and had to take time off, the footballer decided to get another tattoo to remember his mother.

Matt studied at Fair Oaks, California’s Del Campo High School. The player enrolled to the University of California, Los Angeles in 1998 to further his schooling. Matt earned his degree in 2002.

Professional Basketball Career :

In the 2002 NBA Draft, the Memphis Grizzlies selected Barnes with the 46th overall pick. However, Matt was quickly exchanged for Wesley Person, along with Nick Anderson, to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

He joined the Fayetteville Patriots for the 2002–03 season after the Cavaliers sent him to the NBA D-League.

In 2003, Matt joined the Dennis Rodman-led Long Beach Jam for their inaugural season in the ABA. With a 24-7 record, the team captured the ABA Championship.

In October 2004, Matt signed a contract with the Sacramento Kings. He was, however, transferred to the Philadelphia 76ers in the middle of the 2004–05 campaign.

In October 2005, Barnes signed a free-agent contract with the New York Knicks.

Despite a strong preseason and Allan Houston’s retirement, he was fired by the Knicks after just six games.

For a second stint in Philadelphia, Matt was claimed by the 76ers, where he played out the 2005–06 campaign.

Before the start of the Golden State Warriors’ training camp in October 2006, the player signed with them, greatly improving his standing in the league.

Furthermore, on July 23, 2010, the athlete inked a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. In September 2012, Barnes and the Los Angeles Clippers reached an agreement.

On June 15, 2015, Barnes and Spencer Hawes were then traded to the Charlotte Hornets.

The player played for the Golden State Warriors in his final NBA season before returning to the Sacramento Kings for the 2016–17 campaign.

Matt Barnes Children:

Gloria Govan and Matt Barnes formerly shared a union. Since high school, the two have been buddies and used to spend most of their time together

Furthermore, Matt moved considerably closer to Gloria Govan’s house when he started playing basketball. Then, as things developed, they started dating.

The couple decided to wed on August 11, 2012. The event was really fortunate. The wedding was attended by Matt and Gloria’s complete family and close friends.

Matt Barnes Girlfriend:

Anansa Sims and the former NBA star are now dating.

Social media is used often by the pair to express their love and support for one another.

Social Media Presence

  • Instagram :47.3k followers
  • Facebook: 171k followers
  • Twitter: 537.6k followers

Achievements

CHAMPIONSHIPS2017 Golden State Warriors (NBA)
2-PT FIELD GOAL PCT2012-13 NBA .574 (5th)
Career NBA .522 (99th)
EFFECTIVE FIELD GOAL PCT2012-13 NBA .544 (19th)
3-PT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTSCareer Playoffs 283 (90th)
Career NBA Playoffs 283 (89th)
PERSONAL FOULS2012-13 NBA 233 (15th)
2014-15 NBA 240 (8th)
2015-16 NBA 234 (10th)
STEAL PCTCareer Playoffs 2.0 (76th)
Career NBA Playoffs 2.0 (75th)
TRIPLE-DOUBLES2015-16 NBA 1 (13th)

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