Montrezl Harrell 2021: Net worth, Salary, and Endorsements
Montrezl Harrell is a 6' 7" forward/center who plays for Washington Wizards in the NBA. He was born on January 26, 1994, in Tarboro, North Carolina. Harrell went as the 32nd overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Harrell’s parents are Samuel and Selena Harrell, and the NBA star has two younger brothers as well. The Wizards player is currently a father of two but remains unmarried. The single father raises his children Amari and Alyeshia, although he is sometimes rumored to be in a relationship.
As a teenager, Harrell attended two different high schools, one in his hometown of North Carolina and the other in Virginia. He graduated from Hargrave Military Academy, where he impressed everyone with his dominant basketball skills.
Harrell initially chose to attend Virginia Tech after high-school, but later de-committed and joined Louisville instead. He won the 2013 NCAA championship as a freshman, but Louisville had to vacate the title due to controversial reasons.
The Cardinals then made Harrell a starter following his freshman year, which resulted in a spike in his scoring numbers. He chose to join the NBA after his junior year where he averaged 15.7 points, 9.2 rebounds, while shooting 56.6% from the field.
Montrezl Harrell NBA Career
Harrell was selected with the 32nd overall pick by the Houston Rockets in the 2015 NBA Draft. He averaged just 9.7 minutes in the 39 games he played as a rookie and got assigned to the Rockets’ G-League team as well.
After spending his Sophomore season in Houston, Harrell was traded to the LA Clippers is a massive trade package that involved Chris Paul joining the Rockets. Harrell’s bench scoring talents were recognized in Los Angeles and he was given more attention there.
Harrell has a career-high of 32 points coming off the bench and he put up tremendous displays during the 2019/20 regular-season. This earned him the crown of being named NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2020.
He averaged 18.6 points, 7.1 rebounds in 58.0% FG shooting to earn the accolade after which he made the move to 2020 NBA champions Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent. After a forgetful season with the Lakers, Harrell was traded to the Wizards during the 2021 off-season in a massive trade for Russell Westbrook.
NBA Sixth Man of the Year (2020)
Karl Malone Award (2015)
AAC Most Improved Player (2014)
First-team All-AAC (2014)
Second-team All-ACC (2015)
Montrezl Harrell NBA Stats
Despite his size, Montrezl Harrell is an adept scorer in the paint. His hustle is unmatched, which helps him to score as well as be a rock on defense. In the 2020-21 season, he averaged 13.5 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game.
Montrezl Harrell Current Contract
Following his tenure with the Clippers, he joined their rivals, Los Angeles Lakers on a two-year deal worth over $18 million in 2020. The second year was a player option worth $9,720,900, which Harrell accepted to facilitate the Lakers trade.
Montrezl Harrell 2021 Net Worth and Endorsements
There isn’t a verified figure available on Montrezl Harrell’s net worth. However, the NBA star’s total salary earnings will lead up to $24,399,382 in 2021.
Harrell has signed several endorsement deals, and he’s switched between top sneaker brands. He most recently signed with Reebok after opting out of his contract with ‘AND1.’
Montrezl Harrell Charity Foundation
“No matter where you're from, you can be anything.” This slogan greets a user when they enter the website of Montrezl Harrell Youth Foundation. The Wizards center runs a non-profit organization that focuses on empowering the youth of the next generation.
“We provide at risk youth with resource driven programming in the fields of education, mentorship, and overall wellness.”
“Our goal is to develop upstanding young men and women by providing valuable experiences and positive role models,” their website reads.
Montrezl Harrell NBA Sneaker Contract
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Harrell has sported a plethora of sneakers in his NBA career. He’s worn Nike kicks, Jordan’s, AND1 sneakers and has now moved to Reebok!
|NBA Championship Rings|
6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
|240 lb (109 kg)|
7 ft 3 in (2.24 m)
How to contact Montrezl Harrell
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