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ARCHIVES : CAMPS & SPORTS : 2003

FEBRUARY 2003

How Basketball Players Spend Their Money
by Tom Kertes

NBA players are vastly different from other wealthy people. They’re taller than most surgeons, they’ve got a better jump shot than most security traders, and their move off the dribble can usually beat even the best divorce lawyer. And, unlike other high earners, professional basketball players, who pull down an average of $2.3 million, make big money for only a very short time. (The average length of an NBA career is 3.7 years.) So, if they’re smart, they’ll spend their money differently, too. READ MORE

JANUARY 2003

St. John’s Marcus Hatten Sets Sights on NBA
by Tom Kertes

Is there such a thing as a “quiet leader”? On the basketball floor there is: “I don’t know what happened out there,” St. John’s All-American candidate guard Marcus Hatten whispered softly after the Red Storm dropped an unexpected decision last week to Manhattan at Madison Square Garden. READ MORE

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