Who is Brent Barry? Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Marriage

Brent Barry

Brent Barry is an American basketball executive and a retired basketball player. Brent Barry is the current vice president of basketball operations for the San Antonio Spurs, as well as an NBA 2K series analyst.

Quick Facts

Full Name:Brent Barry
Born Date:31 Dec, 1971
Age:52 years
Lucky Number:7
Lucky Stone:Topaz
Lucky Color:Brown
Best Match for Marriage:Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus
Profession:Basketball executive, Broadcaster
Height:6 feet 9 inches (2.06m)
Marital Status:divorce
DivorceErin Barry
Net Worth$12 million
Eye Colorblue
Hair Colorbrown
Birth PlaceHempstead, New York
FatherRick Barry
MotherPam Hale

Brent Barry Wiki

Brent Robert Barry, better known by his stage as Brent Barry, was born on December 31, 1971, in Hempstead, New York, USA. He is currently 52 years old and of American nationality. He also bears the Capricorn zodiac sign and is of undetermined ethnicity. Ricky Barry (father) and Pam Hale (mother) are his parents (mother).

Ricky, his father, is a retired NBA and ABA basketball player who was voted one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest Players in 1996. Brent’s parents divorced when he was a child. His father also married Lynn Barry. He has three brothers named Jon Barry, Scooter Barry, and Drew Barry, as well as a sister named Shannon Barry.

Canyon Barry, his half-brother, is also a family member. Jon is a former basketball player who now works as a television analyst for ABC and ESPN. His other two siblings, Scooter and Drew are also former basketball players.

Brent Barry Height and Weight

His body type is athletic, and he has blue eyes and brown hair. He is also 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 95 kilograms. He also wears a shoe size of 13 in the United States

Brent Barry Career

He was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers after being chosen by the Denver Nuggets. In his rookie season, he set a rookie record with 123 3-pointers made. In addition, he and the Clippers had a playoff run in his second season, with him averaging 11.7 points per game, which was his highest playoff total. During the postseason, he played in three games for the Clippers.

On January 25, 1999, he signed a 6-year, $27 million contract with the Chicago Bulls. He only played 37 of the 50 games that season due to an ankle ailment, starting 30 of them, and averaging 11.1 points per game. On August 12, 1999, he was traded to Seattle for Hersey Hawkins and James Cotton after failing to fill the Bulls’ void. After that, he began working in Seattle with fellow Oregon State alumnus Gary Payton. He played point guard and occasionally filled in as a small forward for the team. He also played four seasons for the Seattle SuperSonics, appearing in ten postseason games, the most of his career.

Brent signed as a free agent with the San Antonio Spurs in 2004 and spent the majority of the season as a reserve. He helped them defeat the Denver Nuggets four games to one in the 2005 NBA finals, and he won his first championship ring by defeating the Detroit Pistons.

Brent Barry
Brent Barry

Brent Barry’s Net Worth

His net worth, according to certain web sources, is estimated to be approximately $12 million as of March 2024, which he earned from his work. He also worked as a fill-in commentator and announcer on NBA TV, bringing in a sizable paycheck and increasing his net worth.

Brent Barry’s Wife, Marriage

He is currently single and unmarried. However, in the past, he married Erin Barry, a long-time girlfriend with whom he had been dating since they were in high school. When Erin and Brent first met, they were both students at an all-girls Catholic school in San Francisco, and Brent was a student at the all-boys school across the street.

The couple married in 1998 and have two boys. Unfortunately, after 12 years of marriage, the couple divorced. On January 5, 2011, they finally divorced. And their kids agree to share custody.