|Date of Birth:||1969, September 9|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Name||Sean Lester Rooks|
|Birth Place||New York City, New York|
|Famous Name||Sean Rooks|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Past Team||Atlanta Hawks, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Clippers, the New Orleans Hornets, and the Orlando Magic.|
|Weight||250 lb (113 kg)|
|Started career as||basketball player|
|University attended||University of Arizona|
|School attended||Fontana High School|
|Children||son Kameron and daughter Khayla.|
|Girlfriend||girlfriend Lara Dascenzo|
Sean Brooks was a retired professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association for over ten seasons. He also served as the coach of some of the NBA teams. Sean was born in 1969, and he recently died of heart disease on June 7, 2016.
Sean was among the reputed basketball players, and his death is a great loss to the basketball world. From his playing and coaching career, he made a net worth of more than $10 million. Some more facts about the late Sean Brook's girlfriend, wife, and children are discussed below.
Well, Sean Brooks died in 2017, so there is not much to talk about his salary, but you will find his net worth exciting. Sean Brooks was reported to have made a net worth of more than $10 million before he died. From his playing and coaching career, he earned a sum of more than $30 million.
|1992-93||New Orleans Pelicans||$375,000 ($685,118*)|
|1993-94||Los Angeles Clippers||$488,000 ($865,635*)|
|1994-95||Los Angeles Clippers||$600,000 ($1,038,417*)|
|1995-96||Los Angeles Clippers||$1,200,000 ($2,015,551*)|
|1996-97||Dallas Mavericks||$1,200,000 ($1,961,529*)|
|1997-98||Los Angeles Lakers||$1,440,000 ($2,300,972*)|
|1998-99||Los Angeles Lakers||$1,680,000 ($2,640,001*)|
|1999-20||Los Angeles Lakers||$1,920,000 ($2,959,052*)|
|2000-01||Minnesota Timberwolves||$2,160,000 ($3,209,216*)|
|2001-02||Minnesota Timberwolves||$2,400,000 ($3,453,613*)|
|2002-03||Dallas Mavericks||$2,640,000 ($3,758,852*)|
|2003-04||Dallas Mavericks||$1,070,000 ($1,491,959*)|
He received a salary of around $1,070,000 in his last season in the NBA. He was among the highest-paid NBA players of his time. He also earned a decent sum from his coaching career and his total earnings were listed around $10 million.
Since he got retired from his NBA career a long time ago, so his endorsements and sponsorships are hard to find, apart from his career earnings, he also possessed expensive properties whose total value is calculated to be more than $5 million in 2019.
Sean Brooks dated his lovely girlfriend Lara Dascenzo for almost ten years of time before he died. Sean enjoyed his ten years with his gorgeous girlfriend Lara and in they had an exceptional understanding of their romantic relationship.
Before dating girlfriend Lara, he was in a marital relationship with his wife with whom he got divorced. He was married to Susanne O’Brien in a lavish wedding ceremony. Sean and his wife were blessed with two children: son Kameron and daughter Khayla.
Bot of their children is currently in pursuit of their basketball career. Sean's ex-wife was born on May 3, 1974, to parents Dennis and Roberta O’Brien, in San Marcos, California. She is currently working as an independent real estate professional.
The famous basketball player died due to heart diseases on June 7, 2016, in Philadelphia. He died at the age of 47 years. He gave his last interview for a New York Knicks coaching staff job after which he left this world. Let's pray for his soul and may God provide strength to his children and girlfriend.
Sean Brooks was born as Sean Lester Rooks on September 9, 1969, in New York City, the United States to American parents. Sean had an American nationality, and his ethnicity was mixed. His childhood days were remarkable as he spent with his siblings.
He completed his high school career from the Fontana High School located in Fontana California. Later, he played for the University of Arizona's basketball team.
Sean Brooks was a retired professional basketball player who played in the National Basketball Association for over ten seasons. He also served as the coach of some of the NBA teams. Sean played for some of the reputed NBA team including Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Lakers, Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Clippers, New Orleans Pelicans, and Orlando Magic.
He served as the coach for the Bakersfield Jam, New Mexico Thunderbirds, Sioux Falls Skyforce, and Phoenix Suns. Before his death, he was serving as the assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers. Some of the other NBA players are Jud Buechler, Luc Longley, Robyn Hayward, and Kyle Guy.