John Stockton Net Worth: Former Basketball player John Stockton, his career stats, earnings, kids

John Stockton Net Worth: Former Basketball player John Stockton, his career stats, earnings, kids

Facts of John Stockton Net Worth: Former Basketball player John Stockton, his career stats, earnings, kids

Net worth$40 million
Date of Birth:1962 March 26
First NameJohn Houston
Last NameStockton
NationalityAmerican
Age:56 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch

An American retired professional basketball player, John Stockton played for the Utah Jazz of the NBA for 19 years. He holds the net worth of around $40 million.

John Stockton

What are the earnings of Stockton? Know about his source of income:

6 feet 1-inch tall point guard spent his career with the Jazz of the NBA. Without a doubt, his main source of income is basketball.

stockton's house

Stockton's house in Spokane, WA valued at around $4 million.

Let's have a look at Stockton's salary from the Utah Jazz throughout his career:

Salary(1986)=$150,000

Salary(1988)= $278,000

Salary(1989)= $300,000

Salary(1991= $2 million

Salary(1992)= $2.1 million

Salary(1993)= $2.2 million

Salary(1994)= $2.4 million

Salary(1995)= $2.6 million

Salary(1996)= $2.8 million

Salary(1997)= $6 million

Salary(1998)= $5 million

Salary(1999)= $4 million

Salary(2000)= $11 million

Salary(2001)= $11 million

Salary(2002)= $7 million

Salary(2003)= $7.875 million

How did Stockton start his professional career? Also, know about his career highlights:

After playing four years of college basketball, Stockton was selected by the Utah Jazz in the 1984 NBA Draft. He played for the Jazz from 1984 to 2003.

Stockton for the Jazz

Throughout his long career with the Jazz, Stockton had the highest assist per game of 14.5 in the 1989-90 season. The same season, he also had the highest points per game of 17.2.

He also played for the US Men's Basketball team and won a gold medal in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games and another gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.

Stockton coaching

Following the retirement, Stockton started coaching in youth teams. Later, in 2015, he joined Montana State University's women's basketball team for coaching.

Stockton's Autobiography

Back in 2015, Stockton published his autobiography which was titled, Assisted. The autobiography was assisted by coach Kerry L. Pickett and Karl Malone.

List of Stockton's Awards and Honors:

  • 10 * NBA All-Star(1989-97, 2000)
  • 9 * NBA Assists Leader(1988-96)
  • 6 *All-NBA Second Team(1988-90, 1992, 1993, 1996)
  • 5 * NBA All-Defensive Second Team(1989, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997)
  • 3 * All-NBA Third Team(1991, 1997, 1999)
  • 2 * All-NBA First Team(1994, 1995)
  • 2 * NBA Steals Leader(1989, 1992)
  • NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team
  • WCC Player of the Year(1984)
  • No. 12 retired by Utah Jazz and Gonzaga
  • NBA All-Star Game MVP(1993)

In 2006, Stockton was named the fourth best point guard of all time by ESPN.com. He also holds the NBA record of career steals with 3,265. Also, he leads the NBA record for career assists with 15,806.

Stockton's NBA Records

Stockton failed to win an NBA Championship with his team but he is considered as one of the best players alongside his teammate Karl Malone. He also received a Basketball Hall of Fame as a player.

When and where was Stockton born? Know about his education also:

John Houston Stockton was born on March 26, 1962, in Spokane, Washington, to the parents, Jack Stockton and Clementine Frei. 

Stockton Young

To educate, Stockton went to St. Aloysius and later went to Gonzaga Prep from where he graduated in 1980. Then, he attended Gonzaga University and played college basketball for Dan Fitzgerald.

Know about Stockton's Married Life:

Stockton is married to Nada Stepovich. The couple married in 1986 and is living happily together.

Stockton with his family

The couple has two daughters and four sons together.


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