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Julius Erving Net Worth – Former Basketball Player

Original  Name Julius Winfield Erving II
Julius Erving Net Worth $16,000,000
Wife Dorys Madden (2008)
Turquoise Brown (1972-03)
Annual Salary $706,000
Properties Car , House

Julius Erving, born on 22nd February, 1950 became the most well-known basketball pioneer popularizing a form of scoring known as the Slam dunk. When the American Basketball Association merged with the National Basketball Association, he won many accolades and was net worth $16 million.

Julius Erving Net Worth

  • He earned $3,000,000 playing for Philadelphia 76ers(contract of 1976) and $1,485,000(contract of 1986)
  • His net worth in 2013 was $3,428,000 which has had a significant rise in 2015 with his net worth being $6,000,000.
  • His endorsements and sponsorships are worth $156,863. His estimated yearly income amount to $706,000.
  • The net income from the accolades that Erving has earned throughout his life amount to $3,967,369.

Julis Ervin or known as Dr. J by his fans had purchased his abode in 2006 for a reasonable market price that was as much as $2.25 million which would have skyrocketed years later. He moved out a few years later due to opportunities elsewhere.

Julius Erving luxurious house

Julius Erving luxurious house

  • Julius Ervin resides at the St. George UT(USA). The entrance door is 10 by 5 and right beside the entry office is the meeting room which has a memento jersey found stuck in a corner. The house boasts of five bedrooms and a home theatre that has NBA logo chairs, 150 inch screen, a master bath with a double sided fireplace next to the tub. It also houses a basement a walk-in closet and the kitchen which also had a pantry.The outdoors have a covered deck, a fire pit and a customized basketball court with the Philadelphia 76ers The outdoor also focuses on a Jacuzzi, swimming pool with a touch of greenery around. Ervin also purchased a gold course when he moved to Atlanta.
  • Ervin had struck a deal with his long term friend and invested in Atlanta area’s Heritage Golf Club. The course is worth $2 million. Ervin’s investment could not keep up with the course’s maintenance that was estimated at $75,000 monthly. The business failed terribly to keep up with the expenses.
  • J is now an executive in sports and a businessman.

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