Robert Sacre is an American retired basketball player who last played for the Sun Rockers Shibuya of the Japanese B.League. A dual citizen of both the United States and Canada, he has played for the Canadian national basketball team. He has played four years of college basketball at Gonzaga.
The thirty-years-old is married to Vanessa Davis. Further, his net worth in 2019 is estimated at $2 million.
As of 2019, Rober Sacre has an estimated net worth over $2 million, mostly earned through his NBA career. His total NBA career earning is $3,159,067.
|2012-13||Los Angeles Lakers||$473,604|
|2013-14||Los Angeles Lakers||$788,872|
|2014-15||Los Angeles Lakers||$915,243|
|2015-16||Los Angeles Lakers||$981,348|
Besides the NBA, he also played for B.League side Sun Rockers Shibuya. The Japanese league players earn $350k to $1.6M a season.
Upon his retirement, there is no news regarding Sacre being involved in a new profession.
His total salary boosted his net worth. He is available on social networking sites. People followed him on Twitter. One can see his latest news and highlights of games on YouTube. Moreover, info about his life and bio can be viewed on Wiki.
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Robert Sacre is a married man. He tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend, Vinessa Davis. The couple together shares a son Quinton and daughter Anastasia.
However, the Sacre family has maintained a low key personal life.
He has an outstanding personality. He has a standing height of 7 feet. His body weight is 260lb.
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He was born on June 6, 1989, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States was his birth land. He holds the citizenship of Canada and America. His birth sign is Gemini. He also has played for Canadian national basketball team. He is the son of Greg LaFleur.
His father was a former NFL player. His mother was a Canadian. When he was seven of his age, his mother took him to Canada and she raised her son as a single mother. She grew up in North Vancouver, British Columbia. He attended Handsworth Secondary School in Canada.
He was one of the top basketball players of his school. He played professionally and was named MVP of the title game after scoring 17 points, grabbing 12 rebounds, and blocking four shots. He was also considered a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and in the Year 2007, he has listed as the no.10 center and the No.102 player in the nation.
After his high school career, he attended Gonzaga University. He played at Gonzaga from 2007 to 2012. In Year, he accomplished his college career with 1,270 points and also grabbed 679 career rebounds and had 186 career blocks.
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He turned professional in 2012 and started his career with Los Angeles Lakers. He also played several Intl. tournaments for Canadian junior team.
On January 7, 2017, he agreed on a contract with Hitachi SunRockers Tokyo-Shibuya of the Japanese B.League where he played until 2019.