Source of Wealth: NBA, Basketball, SportsAge: 43Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United StatesHeight: 6′ 9″ (2.06 m)Weight: 264.6 lbs (120 kg)Marital Status: SingleFull Name: Antoine Devon WalkerNationality: AmericanDate of Birth: August 12, 1976Ethnicity: African-AmericanOccupation: Professional Basketball Player (Retired)Education: Mount Carmel High School, University of Kentucky Children: 2 (Alana, Crystal)
Also known for his previous engagement with Basketball Wives’ star Evelyn Lozada, Antoine Devon Walker is a retired professional basketball player with a current net worth of $1 million.
After attending Mount Carmel High School, Walker went to the University of Kentucky where he was offered a full scholarship in exchange for playing for Rick Pitino. By the end of his sophomore year, he declared himself eligible for the National Basketball Association Draft. In 1996, he officially became a part of the 1996 NBA Draft wherein he was selected by the Boston Celtics as the 6th overall pick.
He played with the Boston Celtics from 1996-97 through 2002-2003 seasons. Exactly 9 1/2 days before the 2003-04 commenced, Walker was traded to the Dallas Mavericks but he was used in a very limited capacity as the team was already composed of high-caliber basketball players like Antawn Jamison. On the following year, Walker, together with Tony Delk, was again traded to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for a draft pick, Alan Henderson, and Jason Terry. A year later, he was again traded to Boston Celtics which sent a first round pick, Tom Gugliotta, Gary Payton, and Michael Stewart to the Atlanta Hawks.
On the same year, Walker became a part of the largest trade deal in the history of NBA which involved 5 teams and 13 players. He was sent to the Miami Heat. He played with the Heat until 2007. He had his first NBA championship in 2006 where he contributed 11 rebounds and 14 points. In October 2007, he was again traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves together with Wayne Siemen, Michael Doleac, cash consideration, and a first round pick, in exchange for Mark Blount and Ricky Davis. In 2008, he was traded to Memphis Grizzlies but he only played in just two preseasons. Subsequently, Antoine Walker has also played for Guaynabo Mets and Idaho Stampede.
In May 2010, Antoine Walker filed for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy with a total asset of $4.3 million and $12.7 million debt.