Tyler Paul Zeller popularly called Tyler Zeller is a professional basketball player in the NBA, who is currently playing for the Atlanta Hawks. He was picked with a 17th overall pick by Dallas Mavericks in the 2012 NBA Draft. Further, he played for Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, and Milwaukee Bucks.
As of 2019, Tyler Zeller has an estimated net worth over $5 million. He is currently in a marital relationship with his wife Caitlyn Ferebee.
Tyler Zeller Net Worth & Salary
As of 2019, Tyler Zeller has an estimated net worth over $5 million. His total NBA earning is reported $17,333,807.
Currently under a 10 day / $106,974 contract with the Atlanta Hawks, in 2018-19, Zeller will earn a base salary of $106,974, while carrying a cap hit of $85,458 and a dead cap value of $85,458.
Tyler Zeller Personal Life & Affair
Zeller married his college sweetheart Caitlyn Ferebee whom he met at the University of North Carolina. The couple celebrated their marriage on July 12, 2014, in New London NC.
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Zeller wife attended Gray Stone Day School, where she was active in the basketball and volleyball, and served as the Student Body Vice-President during her high school days. Since getting married, the lovely couple and there is very less chance of divorce to occur in the future.
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Zeller younger brother Cody is also a professional basketball player who currently plays for the Charlotte Hornets. He is the philanthropist. He engaged as an activist for women’s right. Moreover, he also working on the programs conducted by several non-profit organizations.
Standing 7 feet tall and weighing 253 lb, Zeller has reached the age of 29 now.
Tyler Zeller Bio and Early Life
Born in 1990 in Visalia, California Zeller spent his childhood in Washington, Indiana. He is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Zeller was born to Steve and Lorri Zeller, and Cody and Luke Zeller are his siblings.
Tyler Zeller High School & College Career
Zeller attended Washington High School, where he played basketball for his school team. In his four years of his career, he bagged four sectional titles, as well as state Class 3A championships in his freshman and senior years.
Zeller not only excelled in the game of basketball, but he also played for the high school tennis team for three years. He attended North Carolina University, where he played for North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball team.
Due to his remarkable performance, Zeller was named a player of the year in his senior year.
Tyler Zeller Professional Career
In 2012, Zeller was drafted along with North Carolina teammates Harrison Barnes, Kendall Marshall, and John Henson. The Dallas Mavericks selected him with the 17th pick in the draft. That same day, he was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers and on July 5, he agreed on a rookie contract with the Cavaliers.
On March 22, 2014, Zeller scored a career-high 23 points in a 118-111 loss to the Houston Rockets. He was picked by the Boston Celtics on July 10, 2014, where he played from 2014 to 2017.
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On June 29, 2016, Celtics provided an offer to make Zeller, a free agent. Later on July 27, 2016, he resigned with Celtics and the team Celtics waived him on July 2.
Currently, Zeller signed a 10-day contract with the Atlanta Hawks.