What is Reggie Jackson's net worth? 'Mr June' is 11th best-paid player of LA Clippers
Reggie Jackson's net worth speaks of his guarding skills, as the LA Clippers NBA player is managed by Aaron Mintz
Reggie Jackson, Paul George, and the LA Clippers lost the first game of the Western Conference Finals less than 38 hours after upsetting the Utah Jazz and making team history. Following a six-day layoff after sweeping the Denver Nuggets, the Phoenix Suns defeated the Clippers 120-114 in Game 1, paced by Devin Booker‘s 40-point triple-double.
Kendall Jenner's beau, Devin Booker's dribble penetration placed the Clippers in a jam, allowing him or three-point shooters Mikal Bridges, Jae Crowder, Cameron Johnson, and Torrey Craig to score mid-range goals.
“I think not quite as good as we have been,” Clippers head coach, Tyronn Lue said postgame. Jackson has, however, been huge for the LA Clippers this postseason. He recently earned the nickname of ‘Mr June,’ in reference to the Hall of Fame Major League Baseball player, Reggie Jackson. The two-time World Series MVP earned the nickname of ‘Mr October’ due to how well he played in the MLB postseason. Here's what's to know about how much Reggie 'Mr June' Jackson is worth.
What is Reggie Jackson's net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, American professional basketball player Reggie Jackson has a net worth of $10 million. He also has a salary of $14 million, as per the website. Hoopshype reports Jackson's salary at $2,331,593 for the 2020-2021 season. Paul Geroge remains the highest-paid player of the LA Clippers with a salary of $35,450,412 this season.
According to the website, Jackson is the 323rd best-paid NBA player and the 137th best-paid guard this year. Jackson, whose agent is Aaron Mintz of Creative Artists Agency, is also the 11th best-paid player of the Los Angeles Clippers this year. Mintz is one of NBA's top agents, who, over the last few years, he has negotiated multiple nine-figure free-agent contracts, including Paul George's $190 million deal with the Clippers and Devin Booker's $158 million deal with the Suns, according to Forbes.
Born in Pordenone, Italy in April 1990, Jackson towers as a 6'3″ point guard who was the Gatorade Colorado Boys' Basketball Player of the Year at General William J Palmer High School. His family lived in England and moved to the United States when he was five, and Jackson officially became an American citizen in 2008.
From then through 2011, Jackson was a member of the Boston College football team. In 2011, he was chosen to the All-ACC first team and was selected 24th overall in the NBA Draft by Oklahoma City Thunder that same year. He was a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder from 2011 to 2015, as well as the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Developmental League in 2012.