Chris Douglas Roberts: NBA & Net Worth

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Chris Douglas Roberts, also known as Supreme Bey, is a former professional basketball player of America who was last associated with Texas Legends.

Roberts’s abilities to ball-handling and passing skills are his most valuable asset on a basketball court.

In addition, his quickness and defense qualities let him score more readily at the basket.

Chris spent nine years as a professional basketball player and was appreciated by his fans.

Chris Douglas Roberts
Chris Douglas Roberts (

Furthermore, he has been a First-team All-conference USA awards winner for two consecutive years.

Though he has not been active since his last game with Texas Legend, we hope to see a skilled player soon on the basketball floor.

Let’s take a closer look at Chris Douglas Roberts’ personal life, earnings, and other details. First, let’s look at the quick facts table.

 Quick Facts

Full Name Chris Douglas-Roberts
Birth Date January 8, 1987
Birth Place Detroit, Michigan
Nick Name Supreme Bey, CDR
Religion Christian
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
  • Lewis Cass Technical High School
  • Northwestern High School
  • University of Memphis
Horoscope Capricorn
Father’s Name Christopher Douglas
Mother’s Name  Judy Roberts
Siblings A brother
Age 36
Height 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m )
Weight 200 lb.(91 kg)
NBA Draft 2008 / Round:2 / Pick: 40th overall
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Career Highlights & Awards
  • Consensus first-team All-American
  • Conference USA Player of the Year (2008)
  • 2× First-team All-Conference USA (2007, 2008)
Build Athlete
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Raven Rogers
Children Two daughters
Position Small Forward / Shooting Guard
Profession Basketball Player
Net Worth Around $2 million
Salary $3,556,223
Last Plays for Texas Legends
Jersey Numbers 17, 55, 14
League National Basketball Association (NBA)
Active Since 2008 – 2016
Social Media Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
Merch Trading Card
Last Update February, 2023

Chris Douglas-Roberts | Early Life & Family

On January 8, 1987, Chris Douglas was born in Detroit, Michigan, to parents Judy Roberts and Christopher Douglas.

In addition, Chris’ mother had a strong work ethic and made every work look simple. CDR learned from his mother that she never complains about her work and works hard.

Furthermore, Chris has played basketball with his neighborhood friends since he was young.

Similarly, he grew up in a friendly neighborhood where everyone knew and cared for one another. Thus he never grew up in a room and instead spent his time running around the neighborhood.

Also, there are no documents or information concerning his father or siblings.

Chris also collected trading cards and kept them in a book when he was younger. He was also a big fan of Michael Jordan and his basketball games.

Douglas’s nickname in his youth was Fresher since he always dressed his finest since he was a child, and it simply continued.

Chris Douglas-Roberts | Careers

High School Careers

Chris Douglas went on to complete early education at Cass Technical High School, located in his hometown, Detroit.

Douglas was a Cass Tech basketball team member for two years, beginning in 2003. Throughout this game, he scored 28 points grabbed ten rebounds and six assists.

Chris decided to move to Northwestern High School after finishing his 2004 season at Cass Tech. 

As a result of his choice to transfer, he was not allowed to be a member of any team until the following semester as per transfer rules.

However, Roberts did his best in his Northwestern seasons, scoring 13.8 points and 5.4 rebounds in each game.

Chris was also listed as the nation’s No. 26 shooting guard and No. 75 player in 2005, according to, with a four-star recruit.

College Careers

Chris Douglas continued his collegiate education at Memphis University in 2005, where he studied Sports and Lecture Management.

Speaking of his freshman season, Chris played in 34 games as a freshman and recorded 8.3 points and 1.5 in each match.

Also, he was honored with Conference USA All-Freshman Team because of his best play during freshman season.

Chris Sophomore was also a noteworthy time of his college career, as he garnered several awards, including the Associated Press All-America honor.

Similarly, Chris appeared in 35 games as a member of the Tigers’ team, averaging 15.4 points in each game, and also was awarded the All-Conference USA First team.

Furthermore, Chris played his best during his junior season, leading his team to the 2008 NCAA Tournament and scoring 23.3 points in six games, but the team lost to the Kansas Jayhawks.

During the season-ending, Douglas was honored with first-team All American and ended his college season with 1545 points.

Following his eligibility throughout his college years, Chris finally declared for NBA Draft in 2008.

Professional Career

Chris debuted in the NBA with the New Jersey Nets after being selected with the 40th overall pick and then signed with them in July.

Two months later, Chris was traded to Milwaukee Bucks by the Nets for his 2012 second-round draft select.

Chris also played with the Italy team, with Virtus Bologna, in September 2011.

Moreover, next year on October 1, Douglas signed a deal with Los Angeles Lakers and was waived by them on days later.

On October 27, Chris made a deal with Dallas Mavericks and was waived the next day with Melvin Ely.

Furthermore, in December 2012, Chris made a second deal with Dallas Mavericks and was waived a month later.

Chris on basketball court.
Chris is on the basketball court. (

For the 2013 NBA Summer League, Chris joined the Lakers again in July 2013.

Moreover, he was then signed by New York Knicks on October 2, 2013, and waived on the 25th of October.

He continues playing and being drafted with the teams like Texas Legends and then with Charlotte Bobcats.

During his game over Atlanta Hawks, Chris hit the buzzer with 95-93.

Similarly, for the 2015 season, he further played with New Orleans Pelicans Phoenix Suns. Chris again signed with the Pelicans in September 2015 and played in five preseason games.

He was chosen to play with legends for the 2016 season. On the other hand, Chris never touched the ball again after his final game with the Pelicans and ended his basketball career.

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Awards & Recognitions

Chris has received many rewards, playing with different teams and working hard throughout his basketball career.

Some of his awards and Career Highlights include:

  • Consensus first-team All-AmericanConference USA Player of the Year (2008)
  • 2× First-team All-Conference USA (2007, 2008)

Chris Douglas-Roberts | Age, Height & Weight

Former Basketball player Chris Douglas Roberts is currently 36 years old.

Chris has always been concerned about his physical appearance; he believes that an athlete must be in excellent physique and stay active to perform effectively on the court.

Moreover, Douglas stands 6 feet and 7 inches tall, an ideal height for an athlete.

Chris weighs 200 pounds and has a good physique that allows him to play basketball on a court.

Chris Douglas-Roberts | Net Worth 

Playing for different NBA teams and more constantly for six seasons, Chris has earned a good amount to be living a luxurious life.

Although his precise amount of net worth is still unrevealed, his estimated net worth is around $2 million.

Similarly, his total salary with different NBA teams is $3,556,223. You can check out his past salaries histories on

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Chris Douglas-Roberts | Personal Life

Let us take a closer look at Chris Douglas Roberts’ personal life.

Chris has been once engaged to his previous girlfriend, Raven Rogers, and has two children, Vito and Ze.

Similarly, after his daughter’s birth, Chris feels like he has become a better person, and she has shown his best side to the world.

Chris with his girlfriend, Raven and kids
Chris with his girlfriend, Raven, and kids (Instagram)

Moreover, Raven is now a Fashion designer and owns an online shopping store.

Chris previously appeared in the show I’m Not a Star, in which he documented himself for four years. You can check out his videos on YouTube.

Also, Chris is the founder and owner of DCTG Blog, Media and Sport Agency, a clothing brand. He promotes his brands by wearing them all the time. 

Furthermore, the transformation of former NBA players from his physical look to his moniker of Supreme Bey appears to be even more stunning to his fans.

Chris has also been quite engaged with his hometown’s Supreme Foundation, which is dedicated to assisting low-income neighborhoods, funding orphans, and more.

Douglas is happy and loving his life as supreme bey, and he no longer considers himself just a basketball player.


Similarly, speaking of his tattoos, Chris has been fond of tattooing and feels that it’s the way of expressing himself.

His neck tattoo represents his daughters on the left side and his mother on the right, and every detail of the tattoo symbolizes love. He has music notes tattoos for his mother as she was a musician.

He has a tattoo of a Nike logo on the back of his neck, which he received after he was drafted.

Furthermore, he has sections 1-3 of Psalm 37 tattooed on his arm, and he always taps his arm tattoos three times before making a free throw.

Social Media Presence

Chris Douglas uses social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook as means of sharing his life’s happening updates to fans.

Moreover, speaking of his Instagram handles, he has zero posts yet. However, his account is a verified one.

Similarly, he often uses Twitter to promote his brands and foundations and does not have a verified account on both Facebook and Twitter.

Though he is not active on most of his social media platforms, you can follow him by clicking below.

Instagram : 24.5k followers

Twitter: 7108 followers

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

What happened to Chris Douglas Roberts?

After Chris’s last game with the pelicans, he retired from playing basketball and now owns a DCTG Media Agency.

What was Chris’s injury during the 2010-11 preseasons?

Chris suffered from a retina tear in his eye during the game. The incident got him to use protective eyewear after the surgery.

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