Dell Curry Net Worth 2022: Million Dollar Wealth

Dell Curry Net Worth updated to $8 million in 2022.

According to, Dell Curry Net Worth is $16.6 Million.

Dell Curry Net Worth

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Dell Curry Net Worth: $8 Million

Dell Curry is an American previous expert b-ball player who has a net worth of $8 million. Dell is the dad of NBA MVP Steph Curry and NBA player Seth Curry.

Dell Curry was brought into the world in Harrisonburg, Virginia in June 1964. He was a 6’4″ shooting gatekeeper and little forward who was a McDonald’s High School All-American at Fort Defiance High School.

Curry brought home state titles is ball and baseball and was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 1982 MLB Draft. Curry played school b-ball for Virginia Tech where he was a three time First-group All-Metro Conference determination. He was named Metro Conference Player of the Year and a Consensus second-group All-American in 1986.

Curry was drafted #15 by the Utah Jazz in the 1986 NBA Draft. He played for the Jazz from 1986 to 1987 and afterward for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 1987 to 1988. Curry played for the Charlotte Hornets from 1988 to 1998 and for the Milwaukee Bucks in 1999. He completed his vocation with the Toronto Raptors from 1999 to 2002. Curry was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 1994 and is the Charlotte Hornets all-time driving scorer. He had his #30 resigned by Virginia Tech and was chosen for the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.

Dell Curry joined the Fort Defiance High School’s b-ball group. He drove them to come out on top for the state title. Rather than chasing after baseball as a vocation way, he kept on arriving at his fantasy about turning into a NBA star.

In school, he played with the Virginia Tech Hokies. Curry completed it with 2389 places, and 295 takes while with the group. During the NBA Draft in 1986, he was chosen fifteenth in general by the Utah Jazz.

After one season with the Jazz, he moved to Cleveland Cavaliers then onto Charlotte Hornets where he played with 10 seasons. Curry was the beneficiary of NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 1994.

He moved to Milwaukee Bucks in 1999 and remained with the group for one season. During his last three seasons in the NBA, Curry went to Toronto Raptors and his game midpoints of 11.7 places, and 40.2 percent three-point field objective rate.

Subsequent to showing up inside the b-ball court, Curry turned into the associate mentor for Charlotte Bobcats in 2007 however his stretch abbreviated when he ventured down even before the season started.

Wardell Stephen Curry, Sr. was brought into the world on June 25, 1964 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. In 1988, he wedded Virginia Tech classmate, Sonya Adams and has three youngsters.