Darvin Ham Early Life

Darvin Ham was born on 23 July 1973. He is an American retired pro basketball player and is currently assigned as the assistant coach for the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA

Darvin Ham's  basketball carrier

 He was admitted to Texas Tech University In his childhood days in 1993. There He broke  a slam dunk National Record in 1996 during

He was appointed by  Denver Nuggets as a free agent on 1 Oct 1996. He was traded by Denver with the Indiana Pacers for Jerome Allen in Feb 1997.

At that time Darvin Ham's started his carrier as a free agent with agreements

 Washington Wiz 1997 Milwaukee Bucks 1999 Atlanta Hawks 2002 Detroit Pistons 2003

He had played Basketball in the Without Borders program in Johannesburg in 2005, and in South Africa in the Dominican Republic in 2015.

 In his 8 -season he played 417-game in his NBA career, he averaged 2.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 1.8 fouls in 12.4 minutes, on top of .598 FG and .494 FT shooting.

He was assigned as an assistant coach for the Thunderbirds Team in 2008.

He had been appointed as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. There had his role of player performance development role.

The latest update is that ham led the Atlanta Hawks to a divisional title and The number 1 seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs game.

Darvin Ham's Net Worth

According to various media resources, famous Basketball Player and coach Darvin Ham's net worth is $ 1 million as of 2022.