Henry Bibby

by MKhanal 28 Nov,2022
Henry Bibby
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 1 Inch
Weight in KG 84 kg
Weight 84
Personal Info
Facts
  • Father Charlie Bibby
  • Relationship Status married
  • First Name henry
  • Father Nationality American
  • Mother Evelyn Bibby
  • Last Name henry
  • Birth Name bibby
  • Net Worth $3 million
  • Mother Nationality American
  • Currently Married Virginia Bibby
  • Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/henrybibbystars
  • Siblings James (Jim) Blair Bibby
  • Married to Virginia Bibby
  • Birth Country United States
  • No. of Siblings 1
  • Endorsement earnings
  • Children Mike Bibby
  • Wife profession
  • Horoscope Sagittarius
  • House Location Claxton, GA
  • Hobbies Autographed Topps Card, VHS Tape
  • House Price $620,000
  • Wife nationality
  • Date November 24
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Girlfriend N/A
  • Religion Christians
  • Profession Basketball Player
  • Famous for Basketball
  • Started career as Basketball player
  • University attended University of California
  • School attended Person-Albion High School

Henry Bibby is an American former professional basketball player who played as a point guard. He played for NBA teams like the New York Knicks, New Orleans Jazz, Philadelphia 76ers, and San Diego Clippers. The former professional player was actively playing basketball from 1972 to 1982.

In addition, Bibby spent a season as a player-assistant coach for the Lancaster Lightning of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA). Apart from being famous for his professional work. Bibby is also recognized as the brother of Jim Bibby, the late American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. His son, Mike Bibby, is a former American professional basketball player.

How Much Is Henry Bibby's Net Worth?

Henry Bibby has preserved a decent fortune from his professional career as a basketball player. Some online portals report that Bibby has a net worth of around $3 million. During his professional career, Bibby played for many clubs with whom he had fair deals.

HenryHenry Bibby with John Wooden SOURCE: Instagram @henrybibby

After finishing his playing career, Bibby also worked as an assistant coach, which may have helped him gain more profit. A basketball assistant coach in the United States earns $48,440 and $82,759 on average. Moreover, the former basketball player lives a lavish life.

Details On Bibby's Wife and Children

In his personal life, Bibby is said to be divorced. But he was married to his wife, Virginia Bibby. The details regarding their wedding remain unknown as Bibby has always preferred keeping his matters away from the spotlight. Some sources on the internet claim that Virginia and Henry are no longer together.

Also, their separation date remains far from the media. The former couple also has a son named Mike Bobby, born on May 13, 1978. Mike is also an American retired basketball player who played professionally for 14 seasons in the NBA.

Insights On His Professional Career

Bibby went to B.F. Person-Albion and played college football at UCLA. He won three straight national championships in 1970, 1971, and 1972. Furthermore, his professional career started when he got drafted in the fourth round by the New York Knicks in the 1972 NBA draft.

He also played for other teams like the New Orleans Jazz, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego Clippers, and Lancaster Lightning. After his playing career, Bibby started coaching in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA). He also coached the Winnipeg Thunder. 

Also, Bibby served at the University of Southern California (USC). The Philadelphia 76ers hired him as an assistant coach on January 17, 2006. Bibby was also a part of the Memphis Grizzlies, Detroit Pistons, and Tijuana Zonkeys. Greg Oden is also a former basketball player who played in the NBA.

Meet Henry Bibby's Parents 

Charles Henry Bibby was born to his parents, Evelyn Bibby and Charlie Bibby, on November 24, 1949. He is a native of Franklinton, North Carolina. So, Bibby holds American nationality. He comes from an athletic family background, as his family members were also engaged in sports.

His brother, Jim, played football pitcher for many teams in NFL. Sadly, Jim passed away on February 16, 2010, due to bone cancer. 

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