Bill Wennington

by John Max 13 Dec,2021
Bill Wennington
Personal Info
  • Birth Name William Percey Wennington
  • Net Worth $4 Million
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Birth Country Montreal, Quebec
  • Married to Anne Wennington
  • Famous Name Bill Wennington
  • Children 1
  • Nationality Canadian
  • Ethnicity White

William Percey Wennington a.k.a. Bill Wennington is a Canadian retired basketball player. 3× NBA champion, Wennington had played for Dallas Mavericks, Sacramento Kings, and Chicago Bulls. 

Montreal, Quebec native, Bill Wennington was born on 26th April 1963, under the star sign. The fifty-eight years old holds Canadian nationality and is of white ethnic background. He stands 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) tall ad weighs 245 lb (111 kg). 

How Much Is Bill Wennington's Net Worth In 2021?

As of 2021, Bill Wennington's net worth is approximately $4 million. 

NBA Career Earnings

Season Team Earning
1985-86 Dallas Mavericks $220,000
1987-88 Dallas Mavericks $240,000
1988-89 Dallas Mavericks $280,000
1990-91 Sacramento Kings $700,000
1993-94 Chicago Bulls $150,000
1994-95 Chicago Bulls $1,000,000
1995-96 Chicago Bulls $1,000,000
1996-97 Chicago Bulls $1,000,000
1997-98 Chicago Bulls $1,800,000
1998-99 Chicago Bulls $1,000,000
1999-00 Sacramento Kings $510,000
Total   $7,900,000

After NBA he worked as a radio color commentator for the Bulls. 

Is Bill Wennington Married?

Bill Wennington is married to Anne Wennington. The couple tied the knot in 2000. Reportedly, they met as a student of  St. John's University.  

Bill Wennington has a son named Rob Wennington. Rob has a master’s degree in sports administration from Northwestern. Earlier, he worked as athletic director at Guerin.

Basketball Career 

In the 1985 NBA Draft, Wennington was picked by the Dallas Mavericks with 16th  in the first round. On 29th October 1985, he made his NBA Draft.

On 26th June 1990, Mavericks traded to the Sacramento Kings along with two 1990 first-round draft picks for  Rodney McCray and two future second-round draft picks.

After that, he spent a few years in Italy playing for Virtus (Knorr) from Bologna. 

In 1993, he signed to the Chicago Bulls as a free agent. With immense popularity, Chicago-area McDonald's restaurants even sold a sandwich named after Wennington called the Beef Wennington in 1998.

In 1999, he joined the Sacramento Kings where he played until his retirement in 2000.

During his career, he played with NBA superstars Dennis Roadman, Michael Jordan, Ron Harper, and Scottie Pippen.             

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