Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith is a retired American professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Kenny Smith is a retired American professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played in the NBA from 1987 to 1997 as a member of the Sacramento Kings, Atlanta Hawks, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic, and Denver Nuggets. He is currently a basketball analyst and has won several Emmys for his work on Inside the NBA on TNT. He also works as an analyst for CBS/Turner during the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.

Kenny Smith is well-known for what he does.

Basketball analyst and former NBA player from the United States.

Kenny Smith grew up where?

Kenny Smith grew up in LeFrak City, New York, and was born in Queens. His parents, Annie Mae Smith and Kenny Smith Sr., raised him and his brother, Vincent Smith.

He received his education at Archbishop Molloy High School, where he was a McDonald’s All-American basketball player in 1983. He then transferred to the University of North Carolina, where he became a teammate of Michael Jordan. He had such an impression at the school that by 2016, he had 768 assists and 195 steals, making him the second-best assist player in school history.

Kenny Smith’s occupation is uncertain.

Smith developed the Bobby Lewis Basketball Skills Development Program, which he taught at basketball camps throughout the United States. Smith attended some of Lewis’ seminars while still in high school, and he continued to use Lewis’ drills throughout his basketball career, teaching them at his own camps.

Kenny Smith was a freshman on a North Carolina team that was a pre-season #1 and finished the season ranked #1 with a 28-3 record. Smith averaged 12.9 points and 6.0 assists per game while at North Carolina, shooting.512 from the field and.823 from the free-throw line.

Smith participated in the 1986 FIBA World Championship for the United States, alongside players like David Robinson, Muggsy Bogues, and Steve Kerr. With 14.7 points per game, he was second on the team behind Charles Smith. Smith scored 23 points to lead the United States to an 87-85 victory and the Gold Medal against a Soviet Union team led by Arvydas Sabonis.

The Sacramento Kings drafted Smith as a point guard with the sixth overall selection in the 1987 NBA draft. After scoring 13.8 points and 7.1 assists per game for the Kings, he was named to the NBA All-Rookie Team (1st Team). Smith started his NBA career as a player for Hall of Famer Bill Russell, who was the Kings’ head coach until 58 games into the 1987-88 season when he was fired. Smith was traded to the Atlanta Hawks halfway through the 1989–90 season, and for the first time in his career, he was a backup player, scoring 7.7 points per game despite only starting five of the Hawks’ thirty games.

Smith was traded to the Houston Rockets after the 1989–90 season and spent the next six seasons with them. After the 1995-96 season, Smith was released by the Rockets and signed with the Detroit Pistons. Smith was waived by the Pistons after only nine games and signed by the Orlando Magic, who released him after only six games. Smith then joined the Denver Nuggets, where he stayed for the remainder of the season.

Smith scored 9,397 points (12.8 avg.) and 4,073 assists (5.5 avg.) in his professional career while shooting.480 from the field,.399 from three-point range, and.829 from the free-throw line. He was a three-time NBA top ten three-point shooter (1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95), and a two-time NBA top ten free throw shooter (1992–93 and 1993–94). Smith was fifth in the league in minutes played, seventh in minutes per game, and tenth in total assists during the 1988–89 season. Smith’s career three-point percentage of.399 is still good for 42nd all-time in the NBA. Smith holds the franchise record for career three-point percentage (.425) for the Denver Nuggets, and he continues to lead the Sacramento Kings and Houston Rockets in many categories.

Smith began working with Turner Sports in 1998 as a studio analyst for the NBA regular season and playoffs. Within the NBA, a recipient of the Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Studio Show, features Smith alongside Ernie Johnson Jr., Charles Barkley, and Shaquille O’Neal. Smith was a basketball reporter for the 2001 Goodwill Games, and he now works as an analyst for NBA TV. Smith served as an analyst for CBS/Turner during the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament and provided commentary for the MSG Network’s broadcasts of New York Knicks games from 2005 to 2008.

Smith was a part of the Texas team that won the Shooting Stars Competition during the 2010 NBA All-Star Weekend.

In 2017, Smith told Brandon Scoop B Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast that if the 1994 Houston Rockets and Michael Jordan had played each other in the NBA Finals, the Houston Rockets would have won.

Kenny Smith married who?

Speaking about Kenny’s relationship status, he was married to Dawn Reavis, and with her has a daughter named Kayla and a son named K.J. Having divorced from Dawn, he met Gwendolyn Osborne in 2004, and fell in love with her; the couple married two years later and had a son named Malloy and a daughter named London.  However, their relationship fell through in 2018, when they separated and divorced after 12 years.

The pair both are doing well in their respective careers even after their separation. As of now, Kenny Smith seems to be single. Further, Osborne had a daughter from a previous relationship, Monique.

How much net worth Kenny Smith have?

He accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field and subsequently as a TV analyst. According to authoritative sources, his estimated net worth somewhere around $ 16 million.

During his NBA career, Smith made as much as $13 million in salary. After he retired from playing basketball, Kenny Smith began working with Turner Sports (TS) as a studio analyst for Inside the NBA together with people like Shaquille O’Neal, Ernie Johnson Jr., and Charles Barkley. His salary as an analyst is $4 million per year.

He hasn’t disclosed any information about his assets, such as houses and cars, but being a hard worker, he is able to financially support his family.

How tall Kenny Smith is?

Observing his body figures, He has a good height that qualifies him as a basketball player. He stands tall at about 6 feet 3 inches and weighs around 77 Kg. His other body measurements were not disclosed yet. In the case of disclosure, we will let you know.

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