Brad Stevens Net Worth

How much is Brad Stevens worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:October 22, 1976 (46 years old)
Height:1.85 m, 6 ft
Profession:Basketball Coach
Brad Stevens Net Worth:
$10 Million

Some years back was born a gentleman who developed a great love for basketball while still a young kid from Indianapolis, Indiana, in the United States of America. Known by many as Brad Stevens, Bradley Kent Stevens is a basketball coach by profession, and he is of American nationality. His love for the game as a young kid pushed him to start playing basketball first at high school, then to the University, and finally got into basketball coaching rising from one level of coaching to another. It is his great success that he gained, which earned him promotions.

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Bradley Kent Stevens’ love and passion for basketball at a very early age undoubtedly steered him into getting to start playing basketball at an early age as well. To begin with, he started playing basketball from a career point while at Zionsville High School, a community high school. Due to his hard work, coupled with love and passion for the game, Brad Stevens, in the same, made it to the varsity basketball team. While at the DePauw University playing for the basketball team, he became the team’s captain in his senior year following and due to the many great performances and records he had attained in his great playing.

Personal Life

Bradley Kent Stevens is married to Tracy Wilhelmy, a labor and employment lawyer, and together they have two children, Bradly, who is their son, and Kinsley, who is their daughter. The marriage of Brad Stevens and Tracy Wilhelmy took place in August the year 2003 after many years of friendship and dating. The two lovebirds met back then at DePauw University, where both were learning and graduated in the same year that is in the year 1999.

Inspirational Quotes by Brad Stevens

Every decent person feels the pain of the African-American community, but I also don't want to pretend like I know the exact distinct pain.

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I try not to schedule too many meetings. That's one of the things I learned in corporate America - that you can spend your days having meetings and never actually have time to work.

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We want to be as routine-oriented as we can, but it's just not always feasible.

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One of the great things about coaching is it's a different challenge every day.

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If we can do something to help show people that it's not only OK - we encourage asking for help, because we take care of everybody's physical needs all over the place, we should all be on top of all of our mental needs and wellness needs.

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