Denver Nuggets Head Coach Michael Malone: Contract, Salary, Net Worth, Coaching Record, and Wife

– Michael Malone has guided the Denver Nuggets to their first-ever NBA title, solidifying himself as one of the best coaches in the association.
– Malone’s net worth is estimated at roughly eight million dollars, but his new lucrative contract extension will increase this significantly.
– Before joining the Nuggets, Malone spent time with the Sacramento Kings and has amassed a 415-339 record through 754 regular season games.

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After guiding the Denver Nuggets to their first-ever NBA title, Head Coach Michael Malone has established himself as one of the very best coaches in the association. But how much is that respect putting in his bank account? We discuss that, his net worth, coaching record, and more here in this post.

On Monday, it was announced that the Nuggets and Malone had agreed to a contract extension that would make the eleventh-year head coach among the highest-paid in his profession. The exact details of the deal were not publicly disclosed, but we can estimate the annual value of his contract based on the numbers his contemporaries are bringing in.

According to the website Celebrity Net Worth, Malone is worth roughly eight million dollars. That valuation likely isn’t taking into account his new lucrative extension, which will surely increase his net worth in the long term.

Before he joined the Nuggets in 2015-16, Malone spent a year and a half with the Sacramento Kings (during the peak of the organization’s dysfunction). In total, Malone has amassed a 415-339 record (55% win percentage) through 754 regular season games. That puts him at 53rd all-time in regular season wins and 63rd all-time in regular season win percentage (those figures will undoubtedly improve the longer he hangs around Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic).

Michael Malone is married to Jocelyn Malone. The couple has two daughters, Caitlin and Bridget. Malone is also the son of recently deceased long-time NBA coach Brendan Malone.

James Shotwell
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