Iman Shumpert's Net Worth

What Is Iman Shumpert’s Net Worth?

Iman Shumpert is a professional basketball player in the United States with a net worth of $30 million. Iman has played for the New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, and Brooklyn Nets since his NBA career began in 2011. Shumpert is known for his athleticism as well as his defensive talents. Iman has dabbled in rap music in the past.

Early Life

Iman Asante Shumpert (Iman Shumpert) was born in Berwyn, Illinois, United States, on June 26, 1990. Shump and The Shumpty Dance are two of his nicknames. Iman started playing basketball in eighth grade at Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School, when he met NBA player Evan Turner. Iman was born into a rich household, with a father who works as an insurance broker and a mother who is a professor of art and design at Columbia University.

Iman went to Georgia Tech after graduation. He was the fourth-leading scorer for the school’s basketball team during the 2008-2009 season. He missed six games the next season due to a knee injury, but he returned in 2010-2011 to lead his club in scoring, rebounding, and assists. Shumpert declared himself eligible for the NBA draft in 2011 after surpassing Georgia Tech’s record for steals per game.

Iman Shumpert's Net Worth


Shumpert began his NBA career with the New York Knicks, but he missed the majority of his rookie season due to a series of knee problems. He returned to practice in 2013, only to be sidelined for three weeks in 2014 due to another shoulder issue. Iman was then traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2015, and he immediately made an impact with his new team, assisting them in reaching the 2015 NBA Finals.

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Iman had another injury, this time to his wrist, after signing a $40 million contract extension with the Cavaliers. He was ruled out later that season after having his left knee drained. Coach Tyronn Lue began employing Shumpert as a backup point guard in 2016-2017. In 2017, he set a career high with 18 points against the Detroit Pistons. He did, however, close the year with yet another injury to his left knee, which forced him to miss six to eight weeks.

Shumpert went on to play for the Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, and Brooklyn Nets during the next few seasons. Iman was waived by the Nets in 2019 when Wilson Chandler’s ban expired.

Personal Life

Iman Shumpert is married to Teyana Taylor, an actress and dancer from the United States. Teyana gave birth to her first child on December 16, 2015. Tayla Shumpert is the name given to this baby later on.

Iman Shumpert’s Property/Real Estate

Shumpert settled in Atlanta after signing a four-year, $40 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2015. Assumptions were made that this was a year-round dwelling. With six bedrooms, a forested backyard, and an expansive deck, Shumpert’s Atlanta home is about 7,000 square feet. Spiral staircase, lofted library, double-sided fireplace and jetted tub are among the other features.

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Iman purchased a house for his parents in River Forest, Oak Park, in 2018 and moved in. The 4,400-square-foot house, which costs $880,000, has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. According to 2020 reports, Shumpert had put his Studio City residence on the market for $3.695 million. The house cost him $3 million when he bought it in 2018. Features such as personalized lighting and smart home technology may be found throughout the property. The 5,700-square-foot home has plenty of room for chandelier-topped dining areas and other luxurious features. Swimming pool, waterfall, and unique doghouse are all located outside.

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