- Date of Birth
- Age 29 Years Old
- Famous Name Pascal Siakam
- Country Cameroon CM
- Father Tchamo Siakam
- No. of Twitter Followers 16.4k
- No. of Instagram Followers 82.7k
- Father Nationality Cameroonian
- Mother Victorie Siakam
- Birth Name Pascal Siakam
- Net Worth $2 Million
- Mother Nationality Cameroonian
- Siblings James, Christian, Boris, Raissa, Vanessa
- Salary $1,601,360
- Birth Country Douala, Cameroon
- No. of Siblings five siblings
- Famous Name Pascal Siakam
- Contract Toronto Raptors
- Horoscope Aries
- Position in Team Power forward
- Nationality Cameroonian
- Current team Toronto Raptors
- Ethnicity African
- Awards NBA D-League champion (2017), NBA D-League Finals MVP (2017) & WAC Player of the Year (2016)
- Cars BMW
- Profession basketball player
- School Location Lewisville, Texas
- Squad No 43
- Started career as basketball player
- University Team New Mexico State University
- Currently Club Toronto Raptors
- University attended New Mexico State
- School attended God's Academy
- Graduated year 2014-2016
Pascal Siakam is a Cameroonian professional basketball player who plays in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Siakam currently plays for the Toronto Raptors as their Power forward and has also played for Raptors 905 as well.
Playing as a Power forward, Pascal Siakam reportedly earns around $1,601,360 as his yearly salary from Toronto Raptors and has an estimated net worth of over $2 million.
Net Worth-$2 million
Siakam's net worth in 2019 is estimated at around $2 million. Furthermore, he has earned $4,053,602 in total from his NBA career.
Currently, he is under a four-year contract worth $6,405,441 with the Toronto Raptors including a guaranteed sum of $6,405,441 and an annual average salary of $1,601,360.
In 2018-19, Siakam earns a basic salary of $1,544,951, with a cap hit of $1,544,951 and a dead limit of $3,896,790. His salary for the 2019-20 season is about $2.3 million.
Besides, he has got a nice collection of cars which includes some of the most expensive brands like BMW. Well, the total value of his assets is listed more than $1 million in the current market rate.
Moreover, you will be amazed if you take a closer look at his current lifestyle which he lives due to his heavy paycheque.
Pascal Siakam is not only a world-class athlete but also a very attractive individual. The Famous NBA star Siakam is 6 feet 9 inch in height and weighs around 104 kgs (230lb). Well, Pascal maintains a gap between his professionalife and personal life which is why there are no signs of his girlfriend in media.
Besides, he doesn't seem to be married so far, so let's just rule out the possibility of him having a wife. Other than being a famous NBA Power forward, Pascal Siakam is pretty famous in social media. He has 16.4k followers on Twitter and 82.7k on Instagram.
He has a good relationship with his family and his family always supported him on his career. Since he has recently started his professional career, so he is fully focused on it.
Pascal Siakam was born on April 2, 1994, in Douala, Cameroon to parents Tchamo Siakam and Victorie Siakam. As per his nationality, he is Cameroonian and belongs to an African ethnic group and his star sign is Aries.
He grew up along with his older brothers Boris, Christian, and James. His brothers play college basketball in America.
Siakam's father worked in a local transit company and was the mayor of Makénéné as well. Initially, Pascal planned to become a Catholic priest, but he grew up loving basketball. His father died in October 2014 in a car accident. Luc Mbah a Moute discovered him as a player in a local camp in Basketball Without Borders.
He moved to the United States at the age of 16 with Mbah a Moute as a mentor. Pascal spent a year at the Academy of God in Lewisville because he was not eligible to play before being recruited by the State University of New Mexico.
Pascal Siakam attended God's Academy in Lewisville, Texas where he played for his high school basketball team. After completing high school, Siakam enrolled at New Mexico State in 2013 and played there.
In 2014-15, during his redshirt freshman year in New Mexico State, he was named Freshman of the Year for the Western Athletic Conference. Pascal averaged 20.2 points, 11.6 rebounds and 2.2 blocks in 34 games in 2015–16 on the way to the unanimous honors of the Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
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In the 2016 NBA Draft, Pascal was selected by Toronto with the 27th overall pick on June 23 and he signed a rookie scale contract with Raptors on July 9, 2016. During his rookie season, Pascal was assigned several times to the D-League affiliate of Raptors 905 in Toronto.
He helped Raptors 905 win the NBA Development League Championship In April 2017. In the finals, they defeated the Rio Grande Valley Vipers 2–1, with Pascal averaging 23.0 points and 9.0 rebounds. Later on, he was named MVP of the NBA D-League Finals for his performance.
Pascal scored his career-high 20 points against Golden State Warriors on October 25, 2017, and was compared to Warriors' forward Draymond Green. Later he scored his career-high 22 points in a 124-109 loss to Milwaukee Bucks on 2018, October 29.
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A day later, in a 129–112 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, he had 15 points and a career-high 15 rebounds. Pascal set a new career-high with 23 points in a 128-112 win over the New York Knicks On November 10.
Pascal was subsequently named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the games that took place from 5 to 11 November, becoming the eighth player in the history of the franchise to win the week's awards joining DeMar DeRozan(10 times), Vince Carter (7 times), Chris Bosh(7 times), Kyle Lowry(4 times), Mike James, Jalen Rose, and Lou Williams.
Moreover, Pascal set a new career-high with 44 points along with a career-best four 3-pointers in a 129–120 victory against the Wizards, becoming the 11th player in Raptors history to reach the 40-point plateau, on February 13, 2019.