Joe Dumars Net Worth
American professional basketball player Joe Dumars’ net worth stands at $15 Million. Best known for his extraordinary play during the 1990s and his huge worldwide fan base. Dumars played exclusively for one team – Detroit Pistons – throughout his entire career.
Joe Dumars was born 24 May 1963 in Shreveport, Louisiana into an athletic family and actively played both football and basketball at Natchitoches Central High School until an injury changed his focus to basketball – practicing his jump shot on an outdoor hoop that his father built just for him!
After graduating from McNeese State University, he embarked on his NBA career with the Detroit Pistons for fourteen seasons – winning several awards and recognition. While playing there he was even nominated for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
As well as being an impressive basketball player, Joe is also a successful businessman who has participated in several entrepreneurial ventures and endorsement deals. Additionally, in his free time he participates in charitable efforts while coaching young children basketball. Married to Debbie and having five brothers (although prefers not discussing personal matters), Joe prefers keeping his private life under wraps.
Joe is an exceptional athlete, winning numerous awards and recognitions during his NBA basketball career. Now serving as a senior executive of the Detroit Pistons organization for over twenty years and contributing to their success tremendously.
As a highly esteemed member of his community, he has held positions on a variety of civic organizations and charities. He remains connected with his hometown by regularly attending local events; acting as an inspiration to young people while helping them realize their dreams.
Joe Dumars began his tenure with the Detroit Pistons as a shooting guard, before Isiah Thomas retired and moved him over to point guard, sharing ball-handling duties with Grant Hill. Following retirement from playing basketball, Joe became an executive for the Pistons; since then he has played an integral part in their growth and success as an NBA team.