David Robinson Net Worth is estimated to be over $230 million dollars. David Robinson is one of the richest basketball players, with an annual income exceeding $15 million. David Robinson played for the San Antonio Spurs in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1989 to 2003, and minority owner of the Spurs. David Robinson is widely considered one of the greatest centers in both college basketball and NBA history. Robinson is also co-owner of a Jaguar Land Rover Dealership in San Juan, Texas.

David Robinson Net Worth

Net Worth$230 Million
Assets$59 Million
Investments$100 Million
Loans & Liabilities$9 Million
Annual Income$15 Million

David Robinson’s Investments

In 2008, Robinson partnered with Daniel Bassichis, formerly of Goldman Sachs and a board member of The Carver Academy, to form Admiral Capital Group. Its portfolio is worth more than $100 million and includes nine upscale hotels and office buildings across the U.S. as well as Centerplate, one of the largest hospitality companies in the world.

David Robinson’s Assets

David Robinson’s assets include 11 real estate properties, 8 Cars, 2 Luxury Yachts. David Robinson’s Assets Portfolio also includes Cash Reserves of over $53 Million. David Robinson also owns an investment portfolio of 11 stocks that is valued at $25 Million. A few of the stocks owned by David Robinson are listed below.

  • IBM
  • Tesla
  • Netflix
  • Microsoft
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David Robinson House

David Robinson lives in his 9,100 square-foot luxury house located in Florida. David Robinson has bought this property for a price of $18 Million dollars. David Robinson’s house is fitted with 9 Bedrooms, 11 Bathrooms, 3 big Pools and more such features.

David Robinson’s Loans and Liabilities

In order to peruse his college education, David Robinson has taken student education loan of $12,000. However, after gaining popularity through sports and earning enormous sums of money, David Robinson has repaid this education loan in entirety.

However, David Robinson has a big loan of $9 Million a couple of years ago, for his business expansion needs and also venture into media industry. This loan is currently outstanding with JP Morgan and is included while calculating the David Robinson net worth.

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David Robinson’s Cars

David Robinson has recently bought a Bugatti Veyron for $2 Million USD. David Robinson also owns a Rolls-Royce Ghost that cost him $950,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by David Robinson are listed below.

  • McLaren GT
  • Porsche Macan
  • Audi Q8

David Robinson’s Childhood

Robinson was born in Key West, Florida, the second child of Ambrose and Freda Robinson. Since Robinson’s father was in the U.S. Navy, the family moved frequently. After his father retired from the Navy, the family settled in Woodbridge, Virginia, where Robinson excelled in school and in most sports, except basketball.

Robinson graduated from Osbourn Park in 1983. He achieved a score of 1320 on the SAT, and chose to attend the United States Naval Academy, where he would major in mathematics and play on the basketball team.

David Robinson’s Military Service

Robinson considered leaving the academy after his second year, before incurring an obligation to serve on active duty.

He decided to stay after discussing with the Superintendent the likelihood that his height would prevent him from serving at sea as an unrestricted line officer, which would be detrimental to his naval career, and might make it impossible for him to receive a commission at all.

As a compromise, Secretary of the Navy John Lehman allowed Robinson to train for and receive a commission as a staff officer in the Civil Engineer Corps.

David Robinson’s Career

During the 1999–00 season, Robinson averaged 17.8 points per game, 10.0 rebounds per game and 2.3 blocks per game in 80 games. The Spurs made it to the playoffs as the fourth seed, but were defeated by the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the playoffs despite Robinson’s 23.5 points, 13.8 rebounds, and 3 blocks per game.

On June 15, 2003, in the finale of Robinson’s career, the Spurs won another NBA title with an 88–77 victory over the New Jersey Nets in Game 6 of the 2003 NBA Finals. During this game, Robinson scored 13 points, as well as getting 17 rebounds, this was also the final game of his career and for the San Antonio Spurs.

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