Wenyen Gabriel Net Worth: $1-$3 million
Wenyen Gabriel is a South Sudanese American professional basketball player. He started playing basketball in the college for the Kentucky Wildcats. He was a 5-star prospect in 2016 and ranked 14 on ESPN in the top 100. Apart from this, he has also played basketball for Sacramento Kings, Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Brooklyn Nets, and Los Angeles Clippers. Know more about Wenyen Gabriel net worth, career, earnings, and more.
Wenyen Gabriel Net Worth
Wenyen is the emerging richest player in the NBA. He has signed multiple contracts with multiple teams. Also, he has signed 10 days contract with multiple teams. This has helped to grow his net worth at a good pace. Wenyen Gabriel net worth is $1-$3 million.
Wenyen Gabriel Salary/NBA Contract
Gabriel earns a good salary from the NBA and he has also received lucrative contracts from various teams.
Wenyen Gabriel Career
Gabriel started playing basketball in the school times at Trinity High School and he played for thee years at the school. After playing a number of matches he was considered the senior in the basketball game. Subsequently, he announced his decision to enroll at the University of Kentucky
The impressive performance of Gabriel has made away towards a professional career where he was declared for the 2018 NBA draft but went undrafted. In 2018 he signed the two ways contract with the kongs but didn’t appear in the season.
In 2019 he converted his contract to a standard deal. He made a double-double of 16 points and 16 rebounds for the Stockton Kings. In 2019 they won a game against Delaware Bue Coats. He made 37 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists.
In 2020, he was traded to Portland Trail Blazers with Trevor Ariza and Caleb Swanigan. In November, Gabriel signed with the New Orleans Pelicans.
In 2021, he joined the Wisconsin Herd as an affiliate player, and in the same year, he signed a 10-day contract with Brooklyn Nets. Later, he signed a 10-day contract with Los Angeles Clippers. In 2022, he signed a 10-day Contract with New Orleans Pelicans. He signed a two-way contract with Los Angeles Lakers. He converted Gabriel two way contract into a standard contract.