Kwame Brown

Charleen 21 May,2021

Facts of Kwame Brown

Full Name
Kwame Hasani Brown
Last Name
Birth Name
Kwame Hasani Brown
First Name
Famous Name
Kwame Brown
Married to
Affair with
Joselyn Vaughn
Currently Married
Relationship Status
Willie James Brown
Joyce Brown
Lauren and Kwame Jr
Akeem Brown
No. of Siblings
No. of Instagram Followers


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$31 Million
Former Basketball Player
Started career as
Basketball Player
Endorsement earnings


Married to
Affair with
Joselyn Vaughn
Currently Married
Relationship Status

Kwame Brown is an American former professional basketball player. He played in the NBA for twelve seasons. Washington Wizards drafted him as the first No.1 overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft. Brown played as a center for his team. Kwame was part of BIG3 basketball ball after retiring from the NBA. 

Kwame Brown was born Kwame Hasani Brown on March 10, 1982, in Charleston, South Carolina. He is among the two children born to Willie James Brown and his wife, Joyce Brown. His father was convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 1990 and is serving a life sentence. Kwame has seven siblings; one of them is Akeem Brown. Brown graduated from Glynn Academy and committed to play for the University of Florida but later declared himself for the draft. Regarding his physical appearance, Brown stands six feet and eleven inches tall and weighs 132 kg. 

Kwame Brown's Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings

Kwame Brown has an estimated net worth of more than $31 Million. He has been able to father most of his net worth through his successful career in the NBA. Brown signed a four-year contract worth $18 Million with the Wizards. He took home $3.6 Million as his salary and winning bonus. At the end of 2004, Kwame rejected a $30 Million extension contract with the Wizards and moved to the Lakers. 

CAPTION: Kwame played in the NBA for the Wizards for four seasons  SOURCE: Complex

Brown signed a $15 Million contract for two years with the Lakers. After spending two seasons with the team, The player moved to Memphis Grizzlies for a year and took home $9 Million as his salary. In 2008, The Pistons signed him to a two-year deal worth $8 million, with the second year a player option. In 2011, The Warriors signed him for a one-year $7 million contract. 

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At the end of the 2012 season, the Philadelphia 76ers signed a two-year contract for nearly $6 Million. Totaling his earnings from NBA, it sums to $63,256,405.

Who Is Kwame Brown’s Wife? More on His Love Life

According to some online sources, Brown is married to his wife, who goes by the name of Marcia. The duo reportedly tied the knot in June 1989. Being married for a long time, they have also started a family of their own. Brown and Marcia are blessed with two children, Lauren and Kwame Jr

Kwame Kwame Brown and his wife, Marcia Brown.  SOURCE: Zimbio

Together with his wife, Brown lives a low-key life, due to which further information regarding his love life remains unknown. Apart from that, Brown had an affair in the past. He was in a relationship with Joselyn Vaughn.

Brown and his ex-girlfriend Joselyn Vaughn are reported to be from the same place. In 2002, Joselyn moved into Brown's Virginia home. Brown and Joselyn also gave birth to three children, all daughters, but their names are missing from the web. Later in 2019, the former NBA star sued for custody of the children. Now, he lives in South Carolina.

Short Details On Kwame's Basketball Career

Kwame was part of his High School football team and was rated as the best High School player. He completed his High School career as the school's all-time leading rebounder (1,235) and shot-blocker (605). After completing his High school career, Brown committed to play for the University of Florida but later declared for the 2001 NBA draft. Washington Wizards use their first overall pick on him.  

Brown averaged 4.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in his rookie year. He finished his four years with the team and could not meet the standard and expectations. In 2005, Kwame moved to the Lakers and played for two seasons. Until 2012, Brown moved to three other franchises, and at the end of the 2012 season, Kwame was out of the game after a right hamstring strain, and shortly after that, He announced his retirement. In 2017, Brown played in the BIG3 league for the 3-Headed Monsters. 


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