Kareem Rush

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name: Kareem Rush
Real Name/Full Name: Kareem Lamar Rush
Gender: Male
Age: 41 years old
Birth Date: October 30, 1980
Birth Place: Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 6 ft 5 in
Weight: 91kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: In Relationship
Wife/Spouse (Name): No
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): No
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): Bonnie-Jill Laflin
Is Kareem Rush Gay?: No
Profession: Professional Basketball Player
Salary: No
Net Worth in 2022: $10 million
Social Media:  Instagram

Basketball prodigy Kareem Rush is most known for his stint with the Kansas City Tornados of the North American Premier Basketball League. The Toronto Raptors selected the player with the 20th overall pick. Later, the Los Angeles Lakers received Kareem in a trade. The player’s full name is Kareem Lamar Rush.

The Philadelphia 76ers acquired the athlete in 2008. Kareem Rush backed up Kobe Bryant for the Los Angeles Lakers throughout his stay there. Rush ended his basketball career in 2004. His brother was a basketball player for different teams.

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Kareem Rush was born on October 30, 1980, in Kansas City, Missouri, in the United States of America. Pembroke Hill School awarded him a diploma. The University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, is where Kareem next enrolls. He was a star guard for his Kareem University squad. As a junior, the player’s score was 19.8 points on average. He helps the group advance to the Western Regional finals of the NCAA tournament.

Kareem Rush with his partner(Source: Zimbio)

Oklahoma defeated the squad in the championship match. In his second season, a player’s average game score was 21.1 points. The player has Istvan Javorek as a trainer.

Height & Weight

Kareem Rush height(Source: Spotify)

Kareem Rush was born on October 30, 1980, and as of 2022, he will be 41 years old. He is 91 kg in weight and 6 feet 5 inches tall.

Professional life

The athlete was taken in the second round of the NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors, but he was later moved to the Los Angeles Lakers. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant each had the athlete as a backup. In the 2003–2004 postseason, the player served as a reserve. Kareem is a skilled shooter, but the team lost to the Pistons in the NBA finals. In the Western Conference Finals matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves, he helped the squad. Kareem scored 18 points in the sixth and final game.

In 2004, the player was transferred to the Charlotte Bobcats. He scored 11.5 points on average per game from 2004 to 2005. By 35 points, the player shatters a Bobcats team record. With a game versus New Orleans, Kareem’s campaign came to an end. He joined the Seattle Supersonics in the 2006–07 offseason. The athlete experienced a groin injury throughout the season.

Kareem Rush professional Basketball Player(Source: Ebay)

The following year, he was a player for Lithuania. In 2006, ULEB Cup hired him, and Slovenian coach Zmago Sagadin was the one who made the decision. The player and the Philadelphia 76ers have reached an agreement for the upcoming season. He was purchased by the Los Angeles D-Fenders in 2012. The Kansas City Tornados also acquired his services in January 2018. He started his career as an R&B singer before playing basketball, releasing the track “Hold You Down.”


  • The athlete won the 2007 LKL All-Star Game MVP award.

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Net worth & Source of Income

As of September 2022, Kareem Rush’s net worth was $10 million. He played for various teams, earning a fortune. Rush dabbles in singing as well. Among the player’s career high points include selection as an All-Star in the Lithonia Basketball League and Most Valuable Player in the LKL All-Star Game.

In 2002, he started playing basketball professionally. The Gentleman Brand was founded by the player. The player’s salary from his deal with the Philadelphia 76ers in 2008–09 was $926,678.

The amount of reorganizations given to player talent was inadequate. Nevertheless, Kareem left his impact on basketball history.