|Date of Birth:||1997, March 31|
|Age:||22 years old|
|Birth Name||Kristine Anigwe|
|Birth Place||London, United Kingdom.|
|Net Worth||$3.5 Million|
|Height||6 feet and 4 inch|
|Currently Working For||Dallas Wings|
Nigerian-American professional basketball player Kristine Anigge rose to stardom after her successful play in the Dallas wings of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She has earned two consecutive FIBA age-group World Championships competition for the United States, her first win under-17s in 2014 and the second under-19s in 2015.
Kristine Anigwe was born on March 31, 1997, in London, United Kingdom. Moreover, her mother is Annette Anigwe and her father's name is Christopher Anigwe. She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona with her siblings, brothers Christopher, Christian and a sister Krystal. Furthermore, she attended the California Golden Bears.
Kristine who has been playing basketball player since 2015 has an estimated net worth over $500, 000. Also in 2019, she earns $44,207 as a salary, making her the 10th best-paid player of the team. On the other hand, the highest-paid players such as Glory Johnson and Tayler Hill earn $117,500 and $115,000 respectively.
Previously, Kristine Anigwe signed a contract with the Connecticut Sun for four years worth $196,503 with an average annual salary of $49,126.
Aside from her earnings from her playing career, she earns a handsome amount of money from her endorsement deal with Nike. Furthermore, Kristine is often spotted wearing Nike's outfits and has shared several photos on her Instagram.
22-year-old professional basketball player, Anigwe is single and yet to tie a knot. Moreover, she is more focused on her career rather than a love affair and marriage.
Exploring her Instagram, she is spending quality time with her family members and friends. She often goes on a trip with her family and friends and enjoys their company. Amanda holds a perfect body standing 6 foot 4 inches high and weighing 78 kgs.
The 2019 Naismith Defensive Player of the Year attended Desert Vista high school and joined California for further education where he played basketball for the California Golden Bear.
Kristine started playing basketball when she was just 9 years old. Reportedly, she was already in the junior year of high school playing for California Golden Bears. Anigwe earned eight straight Week Freshman Pac-12 Conference honors in 2016. Anigwe was voted for the 2016 All-Tournament Team of the Pac-12 Conference Women's Basketball Tournament.
For consecutive seasons, she became the first player in California's history to average 20 points per game. In a victory over Brown, Anigwe recorded 28 points and 25 rebounds, producing the first 25-25 women's basketball game in three years in Division I.
During her senior season, Anigwe set several schools and conference records. Anigwe smashed California's records of scoring and rebounding to Oregon State and Oregon in consecutive home losses.
Anigwe set the Pac-12 women's rebounding record and known the first Division I player since 2002 to hold records of 30 points in a single game. Anigwe and California won a big NCAA Tournament in 2019 in which they won North Carolina.