|Date of Birth:||1996, October 30|
|Age:||22 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Quin Price Snyder|
|Famous Name||Quin Snyder|
|Birth Place||Mercer Island Washington|
|Currently Working For||Utah Jazz|
|Salary||$2 million dollars|
|Net Worth||$7 million dollars|
|Married to||Amy Snyder|
|Children||Owen Snyder, Wyatt Snyder, Anika Snyder|
|Famous for||basketball coaching|
|Awards||Western Conference Coach of the Month (March)|
|School attended||Mercer Island|
|University attended||Duke University|
|Full Name||Quin Price Snyder|
|Current team||Utah Jazz|
|Position in Team||Head Coach|
|Past Team||Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers, Atlanta Hawks|
|Siblings||Nate Snyder and Matt Snyder|
|School Location||Mercer Island, Washington|
|University Team||Duke University|
Quin Snyder is an American basketball coach who is currently the head coach of the Utah Jazz. Quin Price Snyder has worked as an assistant coach for other teams like Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers and Atlanta Hawks.
As a Head Coach, Quin Price Snyder reportedly earns around $2 million dollars as his yearly salary from Utah Jazz. Further, he has an estimated net worth of over $7 million dollars.
As of 2018, Quin Price Snyder has an estimated net worth of over $7 million. He was hired as Head Coach by the Utah Jazz in 2014. Further, he earns a sum of $2 million annually.
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Working as an assistant coach and head coach for different NBA teams, his total earning is assumed to be around $7-$8 million dollars.
Snyder was married to Helen Redwine and they had a son named Owen Snyder. However, in 2006, the couple divorced and Snyder started dating Amy Snyder the same year.
After dating for four years, they walked down the aisle in 2010. They had two children, Anika Snyder, and Wyatt Snyder. He currently lives a happy and content life with his family.
Quin Price Snyder was born on October 30, 1966, in Mercer Island Washington to parents, Gary Snyder and Tonette Snyder. As per his nationality, he is American. Further, his star sign is Scorpio.H e grew up along with his siblings, Nate Snyder, and Matt Snyder.
Quin Price Snyder attended Mercer Island in Mercer Island, Washington where he played for his high school basketball team. He led his team to the 1985 state championship and was named a McDonald's All American player, being the first to be chosen from the state of Washington.
After completing high school, Quin Price Snyder enrolled at Duke University and played as a point guard for the Duke University. His team played in the Final Four in 1986, 1988 and 1989. During his senior season, he was elected as a captain and was honored as an Academic All-American.
Snyders started his career as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Clipper. While he was studying his Masters at the Duke University, he served as an administrative assistant to men's basketball coach, Mike Krzyzewski.
After finishing his studies, he became a full-time assistant coach under Krzyzewski. He ultimately was promoted to associate head coach and made to the 1994 and 1999 NCAA tournament championship rounds and the Elite Eight round in 1998. He also won the ACC tournament.
Synder coached as the head coach for the University of Missouri Tigers men's basketball; team and led the Tigers to four consecutive NCAA Tournaments. He led the Tigers to their first NCAA victory since 1995 and was, therefore, named Rookie Coach of the year by the Basketball Times. In 2003, he was an assistant coach for the United States at the Pan American Games.
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Snyder quitted coaching for some time but eventually, accepted the head coaching position of the Austin Toros in the NBADL. His team won the Southwest Division championship and reached the D-League Finals.
From 2010-2011, he became a player development coach for the Philadelphia 76ers under Doug Collins. He further was hired by the Los Angeles Lakers as an assistant under coach Mike Brown. The Lakers made it to the Western Conference Semi-finals.
In 2012, he was hired by the CSKA Moscow of the Russian Professional Basketball as the head assistant coach under Ettore Messina. A year later, the Atlanta Hawks hired him as the head assistant coach.
In 2014, the Utah Jazz hired him to be the head coach and he reportedly signed a three-year deal. Two years later, the Jazz announced a long-term contract extension for Snyder. He currently coaches the Utah Jazz including players like Grayson Allen, Jae Crowder, Dante Exum, Rudy Gobert, Kyle Korver, etc.