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Lauren Jackson Salary Net Worth (Canberra Capitals)

Lauren Jackson is a formber basketball player whose net worth and salary details revealed. Her full name is Lauren Elizabeth Jackson played from Canberra Capitals and Canberra Capitals. She was born in 1981. Being the professional basketball player, she has won many awards. She was awarded a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sports during the year 1997, and at that time she was just 16. She also led AIS side in the WNBA Championship in 1998. This team won the Women’s National Basketball League.

Lauren Jackson Net Worth $3 Million
Yearly Salary $0.45 Million
Source of Income Basketball player
Birth Date May 11, 1981
Birth Place Albury, Australia
Lauren Jackson Contract Worth $1,715,000
Awards Year
WNBL MVP 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004
WNBA scoring champion 2003, 2004, 2007
WNBA Defensive Player of the Year 2007

Lauren Jackson

In 1999, Lauren Jackson joined Canberra Capitals and she also played with team off and on till 2006. During this period, she won four more WNBL championships. From 2010 to 2016, she played with Canberra Capitals.

Lauren Jackson, who is also called as Lauren Elizabeth Jackson was born in Albury, New South Wales. She is the older of two children. Her parents, Gray Jackson and Maree Bennie were Australian national basketball players.

Lauren Jackson has played two World Championships for the Women’s team at Losisiana State in 1980s.

The net worth of Lauren Jackson was estimated to be $5 million. She has name in sports in both at international and national levels. Her annual salary is estimated to be $0.75 million.

The yearly income of Lauren Jackson 2015 was estimated to be $420,000 in the year 2015. Her base salary is estimated to be $365,000 and her contract worth is $1,715,000, including the bonus amount.

Lauren Jackson is 6 ft 5 in tall.  She was known for her aggressive style of playing basketball. It is not only her parents, but also her grandfather was a basketball player and played for Western Suburbs Magpies.

Lauren Jackson takes the pride of being the member of Australian Senior Women’s Team. This team won the silver medal during the year 2002 FIBA World Championship for Women in China. She entered Women’s National Basketball Association in 2001. She won two titles from WNBA in 2004 and 2011.

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