Daniel Gibson is an American professional basketball player who earned a huge name and fame from a successful career with team Cleveland Cavaliers. Apart from three-decades-long experience in the basketball field, Gibson left some footprints in the hearts of BET reality show fans.
Daniel Gibson Relationship Status
Daniel Gibson is currently sparking dating rumors with a new boo, Sinfony Rosales. In fact, the basketball star proudly shared pictures of his new girlfriend flaunting curves in a black swimsuit at her 24th birthday party. To precise, they have been together since 2019.
Gibson was previously married to a lady named Keyshia Cole. They tied a knot in 2011 and divorced in 2017. In addition to that, the couple’s 2011 wedding was filmed and aired on their BET reality show Keyshia & Daniel: Family First on October 9, 2012.
Daniel Gibson Net Worth Collection
Daniel Gibson started his basketball career while studying at the University of Texas, Austin. However, he was signed a 5 year $21 million worth contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers in July 2008. During a game against Oklahoma City Thunder, Daniel earned his 1000th career point.
Gibson has an estimated net worth of $11 million as of 2021. Needless to say, the Houston Texas natives summons a huge amount from his career as a professional basketball player. He received a salary of $4,700,000 from Cleveland Cavaliers in 2012.
Gibson appeared in TV shows such as Grammy-winning Keyshia & Daniel: Family First Season 1, Episode 3 (2012), Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood (2014). Other than that, Daniel appeared in the series Keyshia Cole: All in (2015). In the show, Keyshia Cole balances her professional music career with her personal life as a single mom to her baby boy.
Daniel Gibson Short Bio
Daniel Gibson was born on February 27, 1986, in Houston, Texas, United States. He is the son of Bryon and Cheryl Gibson. American by nationality, Gibson is referred to as Boobie by his loved ones and family. Regarding studies, he attended Jones High School in Houston, Texas where he earned 25.5 points and 9.3 assists per game.
His 31-4 record and the Texas Class 4A state as a senior marked the school’s first state championship since 1965. All in all, Gibson placed sixth out of 212 students in his college. Other than that, he was a member of the National Honor Society.
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