Tim Hardaway is born on September 01, 1966, ( ) and his place of birth is United States of America. His profession is Basketball player. His zodiac sign is Virgo. He is well-known for his Basketball player line of work.

Tim Hardaway Bio

Tim Hardaway is a former professional basketball player and coach who has a net worth of $25 million. Tim Hardaway played in the NBA for the Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets, and Indiana Pacers. During his career, Tim earned $46 million in salary alone. Additionally, Hardaway played with the United States national basketball team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, winning the gold medal.

His son Tim Hardaway Jr. is also an NBA player.

In 1989, Hardaway was selected as the 14th pick of the first round NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors (1989-1996). He went on to play for the Miami Heat (1996-2001), Dallas Mavericks (2001-02), Denver Nuggets (2002), finishing out his career as a player with the Indiana Pacers (2003). His list of career awards include: 5× NBA All-Star (1991–1993, 1997–1998); All-NBA First Team (1997); 3× All-NBA Second Team (1992, 1998–1999); All-NBA Third Team (1993); NBA All-Rookie First Team (1990); No. 10 Retired by Miami Heat; Miami Heat all time leader in 3pt field goals made; WAC Player of the Year (1989).

Tim Hardaway was born on September 1, 1966 in Chicago, Illinois. He went to Carver Area High School, a public four-year military high school on the city’s south side.

For his higher education, Hardaway attended the University of Texas at El Paso, where he played basketball under head coach Don Haskins. With the UTEP Miners, he made it to NCAA tournaments in both 1988 and 1989. Additionally, Hardaway was twice named MVP of El Paso’s Sun Bowl Invitational Tournament, and won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as the best college player in the country with a maximum height of six feet. Notably, it was at UTEP that Hardaway developed his trademark crossover dribble move, which became dubbed the “UTEP two-step.”

Personal Information
Full Name Tim Hardaway
Profession Basketball player
Nationality United States of America
Birthday September 01
Birth date September 1, 1966
Birth Week day Thursday
Current Age
Birth sign Virgo

Traded to the Miami Heat midway through the 1995-96 season, Hardaway started 28 games and averaged 17.2 points per game. The team made it to the playoffs, but was swept in the first round by the Chicago Bulls. Hardaway had better success the next season, as he finished fourth in voting for the NBA MVP Award while the Heat posted a franchise record of 61 wins. In the playoffs, the team defeated the Orlando Magic, and then beat the New York Knicks in the semifinals before once again falling to the Chicago Bulls in the Eastern Conference Finals. The following season, Hardaway and the Heat won 55 games and the Atlantic Division, but fell to the Knicks in the first round of the playoffs. The 1998-99 season, shortened by a lockout, saw the Heat again losing to the Knicks in the playoffs; they did so once again the next season. For his final years with the Heat in 2000-01, Hardaway and the team won 50 games before being swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Charlotte Hornets.

In the 1989 NBA draft, Hardaway was chosen as the 14th overall pick by the Golden State Warriors. On the team, he formed a high-scoring trio with fellow players Chris Mullin and Mitch Richmond, who collectively called themselves “Run TMC.” In his second season, the Warriors made it to the playoffs, but ultimately fell to the Los Angeles Lakers. Hardaway continued his success in the 1991-92 season, posting a career-high average of 23.4 points per game. The following season, he averaged a career-high 10.6 assists per game. Unfortunately, a knee injury removed him from playing for the entirety of the 1993-94 season. Hardaway played through the middle of the 1995-96 season before being traded. Overall, with the Warriors, he made the NBA All-Star Game in three consecutive years, and became the second fastest NBA player to record 5,000 points and 2,500 assists.

Beyond the NBA, Hardaway played on the United States men’s basketball team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He recorded an average of 5.5 points per game en route to a gold medal victory over France.

With his playing skills on the decline, Hardaway was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in August of 2001. However, he was rarely utilized, starting only two games out of 54. Midway through the season, he was traded to the Denver Nuggets, with which he started all 14 remaining games. Following this, in 2003, he signed a contract with the Indiana Pacers. In his first game with the team, Hardaway posted a season-high 14 points and seven assists. Following the season, he retired and became a basketball analyst on ESPN.

Tim Hardaway Net Worth $25 Million

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