|Net Worth:||$28 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Sep 1, 1966 (54 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Tim Hardaway Net Worth: Tim Hardaway is an American retired basketball player and assistant coach who has a net worth of $28 million dollars. Tim Hardaway was born September 1, 1966 in Chicago, Illinois. He is currently an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Best known during his years as a basketball player for his devastating crossover dribble (dubbed the “UTEP Two-step” by television analysts), a move which he helped to popularize among younger players, he is also the father of New York Knicks’ Tim Hardaway, Jr. During his early years playing for the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) he was under the guidance of Coach Don Haskins, a future member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. Hardaway was twice named MVP of El Paso’s Sun Bowl Invitational Tournament (1987 & 1988) and played on teams that went to the NCAA Tournaments in 1988 and 1989. At UTEP he won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as the best college player in the nation six feet tall or under. In 1989, Hardaway was selected as the 14th pick of the first round NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors (1989-1996). He went on to play for the Miami Heat (1996-2001), Dallas Mavericks (2001-02), Denver Nuggets (2002), finishing out his career as a player with the Indiana Pacers (2003). His list of career awards include: 5× NBA All-Star (1991–1993, 1997–1998); All-NBA First Team (1997); 3× All-NBA Second Team (1992, 1998–1999); All-NBA Third Team (1993); NBA All-Rookie First Team (1990); No. 10 Retired by Miami Heat; Miami Heat all time leader in 3pt field goals made; WAC Player of the Year (1989). Hardaway was originally selected to play for “Dream Team II” in the 1994 World Basketball Championship, but was replaced by Isiah Thomas because of a torn knee ligament; Isiah Thomas was later also replaced by Kevin Johnson.