Quentin Richardson is an American former professional basketball player presently serving for the FOX Orlando Magic broadcast team. Furthermore, Richardson co-hosts the Knuckleheads podcast with Darius Miles.
Throughout his career as a player, Richardson played NBA for various teams including Orlando Magic, New York Knicks, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers, and Phoenix Suns. In 2005, He won the NBA Three-Point Contest.
Quentin Richardson Age
Quintin was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America on April 13, 1980. He is 41 years old and on April 13 every year celebrates his birthday.
Quentin Richardson Height
Richardson stands at an average height of 6 ft 5 inches (approx. 1.95 m).
Quentin Richardson Education
Growing up in Illinois, Richardson graduated with a high diploma from Whitney Young High School and later furthered his studies at the University of DePaul. There, Richardson recorded an average of 17.9 points and 10.2 rebounds per game in two seasons.
Quentin Richardson Family
Quentin was born and also raised under the loving care of his supportive parents Lee and Emma Richardson in Illinois. Richardson belongs to the African-American ethnicity but is American citizenship by birth. Quentin grew up in a family of seven alongside his four loving siblings.
Quentin Richardson Wife
He is happily married to his pretty and loving wife called Miya Manuel. The duo since they tied the knot in 2012 has been living under the same roof.
Quentin Richardson Salary
Quentin receives an annual salary is $98,067 per year. This is according to FOX Orlando anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Quentin Richardson Net Worth
Richardson has an approximate net worth of $23 million.
Quentin Richardson Career
He began his career in 2000 as a professional basketball player after he was picked 18th during the 2000 NBA draft by the Los Angeles Clippers along with Keyon Dooling and Darius Miles. Four seasons later, Richardson became a free agent and in 2004 left the team to join the Phoenix Suns.
During the 2004–05 season, while playing for the Suns, Quentin recorded a 2004–05 season eclipsing the previous record set by Dan Majerle of 199.
At the end of the season, Richardson recorded 226 three-point field goals and 631 three-point attempts. Richardson along with Nate Robinson was traded for Dijon Thompson and Kurt Thomas of the New York Knicks.