|Date of Birth:||1974, June 16|
|Age:||45 years old|
|Birth Name||David Sean Fizdale|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California|
|Famous Name||David Fizdale|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
|No. of Twitter Followers||28.5K|
|No. of Instagram Followers||183K|
|Position in Team||Shooting guard|
|Current team||New York Knicks|
|Profession||Former basketball coach|
|Famous for||basketball coach|
|Currently Working For||New York Knicks|
|University attended||University of San Diego|
|School attended||Fremont High School|
|Married to||Natasha Sen|
David Fizdale is an American professional basketball coach for the National Basketball Association (NBA). As of 2019, he is currently coaching for the New York Knicks as their head coach. He had coached for other teams like San Diego, Fresno State, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Miami Heat as an assistant coach and Memphis Grizzlies as a head coach.
As of 2019, the net worth of David Fizdale is around $20 million. Furthermore, the head coach is married and blessed with a child together with his wife.
The forty-four-year-old basketball coach has an estimated net worth of around $20 million as of 2019. Back in 2016, he penned a four-year contract with the Grizzlies as head coach worth $10.2 million. He earned about $2 million in his first two seasons and but was fired after two years.
Fizdale then signed a 4-year deal with New York Knicks in 2018. The deal believed to be worth $22 million will pa him $5.5 million on average annually.
The Knicks coach owns a house in Memphis.
David is a happily married man. He married his wife Natasha at the luxurious Hotel Del Coronado located at San Diego of California in 2014. Many famous NBA stars like Dwyane Wade were spotted in the ceremony as guests. This was his second marriage.
David has a son Kyle Jackso from his former relationship. His previous fiancée Gabrielle Union also appeared in his second marriage ceremony.
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2018 for us was a year of nurturing new beginnings and we move into #2019 with the hopes of seeing many of these planted seeds come to fruition and grow to their highest potential! But ain’t that just life . So, CHEERS to the #NewYear and hope all ya’ll continue to grow and nourish and LIVE LIFE to the fullest while doing it! #HappyNewYear #HappyHolidays #Fizpack
The present wife of David; Natasha is a founder of her personal brand “The Creative Penny” a marketing and design agency. Before that, she was the marketing director of one of the largest boutique real estate firms; Majestic properties in South Florida.
David Fizdale was born on June 16, 1974, in Los Angeles, California to mother Helen Hamilton. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to an African-American ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Gemini.
David Fizdale attended Fremont High School in Los Angeles where he played for his high school basketball team as a point guard. After completing high school, he enrolled at the University of San Diego and graduated with B.A in communication and a minor in sociology.
David Fizdale started his pro-NBA coaching career as an assistant coach for San Diego as an assistant coach from 1998 to 2002. Similarly, he also coaches Fresno State from 2002 to 2004 as an assistant.
In 2003, David Fizdale joined Golden State Warrior for a year to coach as an assistant. After that, he was appointed by Atlanta Hawks for four years till 2008 and then by Miami Heat until 2016 as an assistant coach.
During this, he helped LeBron and company to win two championships in 2012 and 2013. Furthermore, he coached “Team Shaq” at Rising Stars Challenge during the NBA all-star Weekend in 2013 but got defeated.
On May 29, 2016, David signed a contract with Memphis Grizzlies as the head coach. His contract with Grizzlies didn’t last long. Due to the eight consecutive losses and a publicized fourth-quarter benching of Marc Gasol, he was fired from the team on November 27, 2017.
During his first NBA postseason series as a head coach against the San Antonio Spurs, he went viral from the post-game rant about officiating punctuated with the statement “take that for data”.