|Date of Birth:||1970, November 1|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Erik Jon Spoelstra|
|Birth Place||Evanston, Illinois|
|Famous Name||Erik Spoelstra|
|Net Worth||$8 million|
|School Location||Beaverton, Oregon|
|Career Earnings||$15 million|
|No. of Twitter Followers||33.5 k|
|Position in Team||Coach|
|Current team||Miami Heats|
|Started career as||basketball player|
|Currently Working For||Miami Heats|
|Awards||NBA Champion (2006)|
|Married to||Nikki Sapp|
|Children||son Santiago Ray Spoelstra|
Erik Spoelstra is an American professional basketball coach who coaches in the National Basketball Association (NBA). As of 2019, Erik Jon Spoelstra currently works for the Miami Heats as their Coach. Erik Jon Spoelstra has coached for Tus Herten.
Working as a Coach, Spoelstra reportedly earns around $3 million as his yearly salary from Miami Heats. Further, Erik Jon Spoelstra has an estimated net worth of over $8 million. Erik married to Nikki Sapp in 2016.
As of 2019, Erik has an estimated net worth of over $8 million. He reportedly signed a contract with Miami Heats with a basic annual average salary of $3 million.
Erik Jon Spoelstra so far has made earnings of $15 million from his entire NBA career.
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Kept aside Erik Jon Spoelstra financial earnings, his personal assets includes home and cars. Further, NBA coach Spoelstra earns a good amount of money from various sponsorships.
The Famous NBA star coach is 6 feet 2 inch tall in height. Spoelstra is not only a world-class athlete but also a very attractive individual.
Other than being a famous NBA Coach, Erik Jon Spoelstra is pretty famous in social media with a huge number of followers. Moreover, he gets thousands of likes in all of his posts and has 33.4 k followers on Twitter.
Erik married Nikki Sapp, a former member of the Miami Heat dance squad. During her time as a cheerleader for the team, the couple met between 2005 and 2008 but only began to date after leaving. In September 2015, they announced their commitment before they exchanged their vows in July 2016.
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The couple greeted their first child, Santiago Ray Spoelstra, in March 2018. Born in Florida on 22 March 1987, she attended the Miami International University of Art & Design and graduated with a degree in fashion design.
Nikki also attended Florida International University where she received a degree in art history before becoming director of the Guy Hepner Contemporary Art Gallery in West Hollywood, Germany.
Erik started his coaching career as an Assistant coach of Miami Heats, appointed in 2001. Spoelstra improved heat star Dwyane Wade's balance and jump shot after Summer Olympics.
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After Pat Riley 's decision to step down, he became head coach of the Miami Heat in 2008 April. Erik was the hand-picked successor of Riley. When Riley named Erik as head coach, he said: " This game is about younger coaches who are technologically skilled, innovative and who bring new ideas.
He is the first Asian-American to be the NBA head coach. After the free agent acquisitions of LeBron James and Chris Bosh, the team's expectations were raised significantly.
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After working as a head coach for years he received $6 million extensions in 2011 NBA season. Erik is the first Asian American head coach to win an NBA Championship and the second Heat head coach to win the title. Moreover, he is the only coach leading Miami to finals several times and also the 8th coach to win two championships.
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During the 2012–13 season, Erik he was selected as head coach of the 2013 Eastern Conference All-Stars at the 2013 NBA All-Star Game, with the Eastern Conference at the time of selection holding the best record. He later coached the Heat for a winning 27-game series (second longest in NBA history).
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Heat has extended the contract of Spoelstra to an undisclosed multi-year agreement in 2013. Details have not been released, but he is expected to receive a salary increase and a greater role in the front office.
Erik became the 3rd coach to lead his team in four straight finals after leading Miami to 2014 NBA Finals.