Malik Jon Mikal Beasley is a professional basketball player who plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was first drafted by the Denver Nuggets in the 2016 NBA draft but after three and a half seasons was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Malik Beasley’s Net Worth is estimated at $6 Million
According to celebritynetworth, Malik Beasley has an estimated net worth of approximately $6 Million. Malik reportedly earns an annual salary of 1.33 crores USD (2021)
How Malik Beasley Celebrated his 24th Birthday
Malik Beasley turned 24 and celebrated his birthday in Miami. But what made the headlines was how Malik Beasley and the Real Housewives of Miami star, Larsa Pippen flaunted their relationship. There was a snap of the couple on a yacht where Larsa Pippen is resting her head on his shoulder and another where Malik Beasley is kissing his alleged beau’s forehead.
Malik Beasley’s wife, Montana Yao however spoke out about the whole situation and she said, that she had no idea and she and her toddler were forced to leave the family as Malik Beasley had filed for a divorce. The model concluded by saying, “I mainly wanted to say, I have never received so many kind words of encouragement and love, and it has really held me up to be strong for not only myself but more importantly for my son. I’m sorry I haven’t been able to respond to each and every one of you, but just know I have read almost every single message, comment, etc.”
A High School Basketball Star
Malik Beasley was a student at Saint Francis School and in his senior year he averaged close to 22.2 points, 6.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists, 1.9 steals, and 0.6 blocks. He also went on to win the Class 1A player of the year of the state of Georgia and also made the All state class first team.
He was a student in Highschool alongside Kobi Simmons, Kaiser Gates, and the BSC Football player Jacob Davis.
After he completed his high school he received offers from various universities like UConn, UCLA, Wake Forest, Oregon amongst other prestigious institutions but he stayed committed to Florida State.
Florida State to the Denver Nuggets
In his first year at Florida University, as a freshman, Malik Beasley averaged close to averaged 15.6 points, 5.3 rebounds, and 1.5 assists in 29.8 minutes per game. He was also a part of the Atlantic Coast Conference’s all-freshman team and was ranked at the eighth position in free throws and he was ranked tenth in field goal percentage with an average of 471.
However in 2016, on the 21st of March, Malik Beasley took the big decision of letting go of his final three years of college to declare himself in the NBA Draft where he was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 2016.