|Date of Birth:||1973, June 21|
|Age:||47 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Frank Paul Vogel|
|Birth Place||Wildwood Crest, New Jersey|
|Famous Name||Frank Vogel|
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Salary||Not Disclosed |Previous club's yearly salary was around $22 million per year|
|Past Team||As coach: 2001–2004, Boston Celtics (assistant) 2004–2005, Philadelphia 76ers (assistant) 2007–2011, Indiana Pacers (assistant) 2011–2016, Indiana Pacers 2016–2018, Orlando Magic 2019–present Los Angeles Lakers|
|Market Value||$22 million|
|Currently Working For||Los Angeles Lakers|
|Awards||2014 Eastern Conference finals|
|University attended||Juniata College/ Transfer to University of Kentucky|
|School attended||Wildwood High School|
|Married to||Jenifer L. Sia (Vogel)|
|Children||3 (two daughters, and a son) Arianna Vogel, Alexa Vogel & a son Frank Vogel Jr.|
Frank (Paul) Vogel is an American professional basketball coach, who is recently in the talks following his transfer to the Los Angeles Lakers of National Basketball Association ( NBA). Prior to his transfer, he was the head coach of the Indiana Pacers.
Vogel in his coaching career has worked as head coach for the Pacers, the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Boston Celtics as well. The star coach is now signed to The LA Lakers after he was released by Magic, where he was hired for $22 million a year over, penned in a 4-year deal. So, let's know his career earnings, salary, net worth, and personal life, in the column dedicated to LA Laker's new head coach.
Frank Vogel started coaching right after he finished his college career with the University of Kentucky. He first served as an assistant coach for Boston Celtics, starting from 2001 till 2004, during his time with Celtics he reportedly received around $300 thousand per year from his first-ever club.
Then in 2004 he joined Philadelphia 76ers as an assistant coach and made around $500 thousand per year. Before he started as a head coach, he was an assistant coach for Indiana Pacers for four years; he reportedly received around $1 million-per-year when he was with the Pacers.
After Jim O'Brien was fired from the Pacers, Vogel received the opportunity to work as a head coach, and his salary was raised to $5 million per year.
Frank Vogel’s deal with the Magic is four years, approximately $22 million, per source. Same per year salary as Portland gave Terry Stotts.
— David Aldridge (@davidaldridgedc) May 19, 2016
Then he was hired as the head coach of the Orlando Magic in 2016, for a whopping $22 million per year salary and after the team management changed, Magic fired him after the 2018 season's completion.
In 2020, Frank Vogel was signed by Los Angeles Lakers, though he was selected, so far the contract hasn't been released. Likewise, Vogel talking to NBA.com said:
“I am very excited for this opportunity to join the Lakers, a prestigious organization that I have long admired,” said Vogel. “I look forward to coaching such phenomenal talent and bringing my strategic vision to the team.”
So far, as per Playerswiki's analysis Coach, Frank Vogel's current net worth should be around $50 million earned as a successful NBA Coach.
Vogel was born in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey on born June 21, 1973. In his eighth grade year, he got famous after he was featured in a Late Night show hosted by David Letterman during the Dumb Human Tricks series, where he spun a basketball on a toothbrush while brushing his teeth.
On December 10, 1990, Vogel's childhood home caught fire and lost everything inside the building. Vogel, who was 17 years old at the time, and his mother had fled out of the window. Thankfully, only mother and son were present in the house, and they survived the mishap.
In 1991, he graduated from Wildwood High School and played for Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, in its Division III basketball team. After transferring from Juniata College, he joined the University of Kentucky and served as a student manager for the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, which was his first-ever team management job. He worked alongside coach Rick Pitino in Kentucky from 1994 till the end of its college season in 1995.
Vogel played for the junior varsity Kentucky basketball team in 1995 and left the team after graduated with a B.S. from Kentucky in 1998.
After working as an interim head coach, then from 2001 till 2011, he worked as an assistant coach for teams like Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, and Indiana Pacers and after Jim O'Brien was fired from the Pacers, he worked as an interim head coach. During his coaching rum, he got Pacers to the 2014 Eastern Conference finals. Then he was released on 5th May 2016.
Then he was signed in a 4 years deal by Orlando Magic in 2016 as a replacement to John Hammond but was released after two seasons, following the club's management change and after a series of underperformance with Magic. He is now, working for the LA Lakers and was hired by the club in a three years deal, which means he will work up until LeBron James' contract is valid.
Frank Vogel married his girlfriend Jenifer L. Sia in 2002, but the pair reportedly dated while Frank was at the University of Kentucky.
Now, Jenifer and Frank have three beautiful children, two daughters, and a son. Their first daughter's name is Arianna Vogel, likewise, Alexa Vogel is their second child, and the duo also has a son named Frank Vogel Jr. The family of five so far lives a happy life, away from the rumors.
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