Calvin Booth: Family, Wife, Stats & Net Worth

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Experiences are the ones that make every one of us professional. In the same way, improvement shows the true potential of the player as well. 

One of the ideal players who imprinted his name in basketball happens to be Calvin Booth. Marking an impressive fan base, Calvin is a true achiever in maintaining these long-term career goals.

As a professional NBA player devoted, Calvin devoted more than ten years to basketball. 

During his time, Booth played served as a center for various teams, including Washington Wizards, Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee Bucks, 76ers, etc. 

Now, 47, the center powerhouse is active as the Denver Nuggets’ general manager. 

Calvin Booth
Calvin Booth 

Today, we at PlayersBio will have a closer look at his splendid career stats and life while at it. Let’s see some of the main flashbacks starting from the quick facts below:

Quick Facts:

Full Name Calvin Lawrence Booth
Known as Calvin Booth
Nickname Calvin
Birth Date July 7, 1976
Birth Place Reynoldsburg, Ohio, United States
Residence United States
Religion Christian
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Education Penn State’s college in Arts and Groveport Madison
Horoscope Taurus
Father’s Name N/A
Mother’s Name N/A
Siblings N/A
Age 47 years old
Height 6’11” (211 cm)
Weight 104.3 kg (230 lb)
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark brown
Body type Athletic
Profession Basketball Player
Marital Status Married
Spouse Keisha Booth
Children 4
Name of Children N/A
Beginning of Professional Career 1999
Retirement 2009
Position Center
Sports team Minnesota Timberwolves, Philadelphia 76ers, Washington Wizards, Milwaukee Bucks, Dallas Mavericks, Seattle Supersonics
Coach N/A
Honors N/A
NBA Seasons 10 (2 Playoffs)
Net Worth $1m – $5 million
Position Center
Jersey number #52 (Washington Wizards)
Shoots Left
Merch  Autographed Wizards Basketball Card, Trading Card, Jersey
Last Update March, 2024

Calvin Booth | Personal Life, Family & Education

Ten years of renowned NBA player or manager Calvin Lawrence Booth was born on May 7, 1976, in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, United States

There is not much we can talk about when it comes to his parents. But his father, Calvin Sr., died in February 2020, at the age of 66. 

This 2.11m tall basketball player has an impressive fan base. His fans helped him achieve such a long-term professional career in basketball, playing as a Power forward/Center.

Earlier, Calvin attended Penn State’s College of Arts and High School from Groveport Madison in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

Wife and Family

There are moments when players refrain from talking about their personal life. It seems Booth is one of those who enjoy peace and privacy. 

Because of it, we are unable to extract any valuable information when it comes to his life. 

Not to mention, Booth and his wife, Keisha, have been living a serene life with their four children, aged between 6 & 16 years old. 

In an interview with the Cleveland Magazine, the couple stated how they have always wanted a big family. Now, to be blessed with four wonderful children is truly astonishing and fulfilling. 

Daughter Carter Booth

It seems Calvin has some influence over his children. Not basketball but his daughter, Carter, is much into volleyball. 

Carter, already 6’7″ at the age of thirteen, became the new starting middle hitter for the BSM varsity volleyball team.

Likewise, she started to play volleyball at the age of two, and before BSM, Carter used to play on varsity at Breck High School. Additionally, Carter’s main goal is to become a state champion.

All of her dedication has garnered many Division 1 NCAA schools’ attention, including the University of Minnesota, Penn State University, UCLA, and the University of Michigan.

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Calvin Booth | NBA Career

Starting from Calvin’s early 20s, Calvin was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. Moreover, he was a second-team All-Big Ten Conference pick.

Meanwhile, in 1999, Booth was drafted for the second round of the NBA draft by the Washington Wizards, and he immediately signed a multi-year contract with the team.

Consequently, he played for the Wizards, the Dallas Mavericks, Philadelphia 76ers, Seattle SuperSonics, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Sacramento Kings.

In a word, Calvin scored an average of 3.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 1.0 blocks per game.

Earlier in the 2001 NBA playoffs against Utah Jazz, Booth maintained a layup with 9.8 seconds to give Dallas a game-ending 84-83, leading 3-2 series victory.

Moreover, this game became Mavericks’ first winning playoff series since the 1988 Western Conference semi-finals against Denver.

Calvin Booth
NBA player Calvin Booth 

Later on 13th January 2004, Calvin made a career-high record of 10 blocks within 17 minutes, playing as a Supersonics member. 

Moreover, on 10th September of 2007, Booth signed with the Philadelphia 76ers as a free agent.

NBA Teams

2000-2001 Washington Wizards
2001-2004 Oklahoma City Thunder
2004-2005 Dallas Mavericks
2005-2006 Washington Wizards
2005-2006 Milwaukee Bucks
2006-2007 Washington Wizards
2006-2007 Milwaukee Bucks
2007-2008 Philadelphia 76ers
2008-2009 Sacramento Kings

College Stats

Season G GS MP FG FGA FG% 2P 2PA 2P% 3P 3PA 3P% FT FTA FT%
Career 114 83 29.0 4.4 8.6 .507 4.4 8.6 .512 0.0 0.1 .091 2.5 3.6 .707

Summary NBA Stats

Career 366 3.3 2.8 0.4 45.1 22.2 74.8 45.2 12.4 8.0

Calvin Booth | General Manager

Initially, Calvin started working in a front office as a scout for the Orleans Pelicans during the 2012-2013 season.

And just working there for a year, he moved to the Minnesota Timberwolves as the director of player personnel. 

Further, all basketball fans were shocked and excited to hear Calvin Booth announced as a ‘General Manager,’ President of Basketball Operations. 

Other than that, Calvin is respected for being the league’s idol and brightest mind. Also, every member of the team was excited about his new role. 

Meanwhile, Booth played an integral part in the scouting and drafting of renowned players such as Monte Morris, Michael Porter Jr., Bol Bol, and Vlatko Cancer.

Likewise, on August 16, 2017, Booth grabbed the assistant general manager of the Denver Nuggets. Then on July 7, 2020, he earned the ‘General Manager‘ spot at the Nuggets. 

Furthermore, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that the Sacramento Kings are planning to interview six candidates for their head of basketball operation position, including Calvin Booth. 

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Philosophy as a General Manager

Firstly, Booth decided to be with the Nuggets during a pandemic period, as it is already impacting the NBA since mid-March of 2019.

Meanwhile, Booth thinks of bringing changes in purpose to adjust to the current landscape.

Booth was only discussing with other staff under him about having the spring with McDonald’s, for some instance.

As none of the staff liked the hoops summit, the Jordan Brand was not operating. Booth suggested it was the right time to prioritize college-wise and team types to see.

By any chance, if the time came, that says, after the pandemic, then verified teams would need to be in practice at that time of next year.

Predicting the situation voluntarily and scouting the team live might also not be possible, so Calvin insisted on figuring out a quick and favorable solution.

Likewise, it will be a new role for Booth to play in the matter of international scouting.

Like his predecessor, Karnisovas played a role in discovering the first-team all-NBA center, Nikola Jokic; there was a high expectation from Booth.

Same as from Booth’s side, he wanted to give Nuggets continuity to use the global game as a resource.

Meanwhile, Booth’s only purpose was to ensure that the Nuggets leave no stone unturned for their rosters.

With the same motive, the Nuggets invited former NFL star quarterback Peyton Manning on a zoom call to bring up some innovative ideas.

There they made an effort for the team to learn from the two-time Super Bowl winner.

Calvin Booth | Father, A Cop, and BLM 

Further on the topic of black lives matter, racism, and police brutality, Calvin has his own dreadful kind of thoughts.

Calvin’s beloved father was an honorable member of the Columbus Police Department.

His father really had served the Police department for almost 33 years. Similarly, amidst the #BLM protest, Calvin was also asked for his opinion.

Despite having a family connection to law enforcement, Calvin never hesitated or denied expressing his opinion on BLM’s subject matter.

As always, he clearly expressed that not all policemen are bad, but some really need to be punished.

As a person related to police and being black himself, Calvin’s statements over police made him shine.

Despite his brutal statements, he thinks of police departments as needing to reassess some of their standards.

On the same topic, the point to note from Calvin Booth was that to end this type of sickening behavior from police; there needs to be active engagement from the police themselves.

Interacting with such activities, Calvin thinks police service and charitable efforts need assistance. 

Calvin Booth | Net Worth & Salary 

Being a popular and professional NBL player with decade-long experience, it is reported that Calvin Booth has amassed a hefty net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million.

However, not much has been revealed when it comes to income. But it is believed that as a General Manager, Calvin makes around $2 million from his salary. 

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Some FAQs:

Who is Carter Booth?

Carter Booth is one of the daughters of Calvin Booth. Carter is also a renowned volleyball player.

Does Calvin Booth not use any social media account?

No, Calvin Booth is nowhere on social media, but he has attended Twitter video calls with media on the previous date.

How much could be the Net Worth of Calvin as General Manager?

Consequently, Calvin Booth used to earn more than $100K as an NBA player, and Calvin earned more than $2 Million as a general manager in Nuggets Denver.

Pratima Gurung
Pratima Gurung
Hello there! I am Pratima Gurung, currently a bachelor's running student. Besides that, I have so much interest in traveling. Additionally, I love to dance and watch rom-com movies during my spare time.

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