Scot Pollard Net Worth
American professional basketball player Scott Pollard reportedly boasts an estimated net worth of $12 Million. He amassed this fortune during his 11-year NBA career as well as through various business ventures and television appearances. Pollard enjoys spending time with his wife and child as well as supporting Kansas Jayhawks matches regularly.
Pollard was born in Murray, Utah on February 12th 1975. He attended Torrey Pines High School in San Diego and Kamiakin High School in Kennewick Washington after graduation, then earned a degree in education at the University of Kansas before beginning his professional career with Detroit Pistons after being selected in 1997 NBA draft and later playing with Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings teams.
Pollard became famous during his career for his unique hairstyles and flashy fashion choices – at one point wearing two ponytails which earned him the moniker Samurai Scot. Additionally, he was known for his strong defense and ability to gain rebounds.
After retiring from basketball, Scot went into sports commentating and analysis. He currently works for Comcast SportsNet where he hosts Planet Pollard as well as serving on Indiana Pacers radio crew. Additionally, he has appeared on reality TV shows such as Survivor and The Amazing Race.
Scot is known for his outstanding sports commentary, but in addition to that is also actively engaged in charitable work and supports children’s charities and environmental initiatives. Additionally, he enjoys golf and has participated in charity golf tournaments hosted by United Way.
Scot Pollard and Dawn Pollard welcomed their first son together, Scot Pollard III, into the world in 2016. Scot is often found posting photos to social media of him spending quality time with Dawn Pollard and son Xander Pollard III. Both he and Dawn Pollard remain highly involved with their community – serving on the Honorary Committee of Zoobilation at Indianapolis Power & Light Company as Honorary Committee members.
Scot is an avid outdoorsman who takes great pleasure in hunting and fishing – not to mention following his beloved Kansas Jayhawks! He currently resides in Carmel with his wife and their son; in addition he owns properties throughout Indiana including Fishers Whitestorm and Noblesville homes. Additionally he supports local artists through attending live performances by musicians.