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Inside Michael Beasley’s net worth as star reveals his mum stole from him

Michael Beasley had a successful 11-year NBA career, but he’s no stranger to the personal struggles he discussed on The Pivot podcast.

During the emotional episode of the podcast, Beasley broke down in tears as he revealed he’s been let down by the closest people in his life.

We take a look at the basketball player’s net worth in 2022 and some of his career earnings. Here’s what you need to know.

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Michael Beasley on the Pivot Podcast

In an episode beginning Wednesday, March 16, Michael Beasley spoke candidly about a series of struggles in his personal life.

The basketball player recounted the time he discovered that his relatives, including his mother, were stealing from him.

Speaking to Ryan Clark, Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder, Beasley admitted:

“I don’t know anyone who hasn’t robbed me. Everyone, except my children, robbed me. At each step, I asked for help.

What is his net worth in 2022?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Michael is worth $10m (around £7.6m) in 2022.

He has made impressive career gains during his basketball career. He played for several different teams including Miami Heat, Houston Rockets and Minnesota Timberwolves.

In 2012, he signed an $18 million contract with the Phoenix Suns for three years.

According to reports, he earned $3.5 million with the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2018/2019 season and $2.1 million with the New York Knicks in the 2017/2018 season.

Additionally, Beasley has earned additional revenue through partnerships and endorsements from other brands.

How to watch the podcast episode

The full episode was streamed on The Pivot’s official YouTube channel.

The interview is 43 minutes long and has already been viewed over 210,000 times at the time of publication.

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