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Lowell Hamilton was born in Chicago, IL on 3 May, 1966. Learn the history, era, height, physical stats, dating/affairs, family and job updates of Lowell Hamilton. Learn how wealthy he is this year and how he spends money? Do you still know how he gained the most networth at the age of 54?
American basketball player
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||3 May 1966|
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Lowell Hamilton Height, Weight & Measurements
The height of Lowell Hamilton at 54 years old is 6′ 7″ and the weight is 185 lbs.
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Dating & Relationship status
Currently, he is single. He does not date anyone. We don’t have a lot of details about He’s past relationship and any prior involvement. He does not have any girls, according to our database.
Lowell Hamilton Net Worth
In 2018-19, the net valuation increased considerably. How much, then, is Lowell Hamilton worth at the age of 54? The sales stream of Lowell Hamilton is largely from being a profitable one. He’s an American. We calculated the net worth, money, salary, sales, and assets of Lowell Hamilton.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Trivia of Lowell Hamilton
- Lowell Hamilton was born in Chicago, IL on 3 May, 1966.
- He does not date anyone.
- We don’t have a lot of details about He’s past relationship and any prior involvement.
- He does not have any girls, according to our database.In 2018-19, the net valuation increased considerably.
- The sales stream of Lowell Hamilton is largely from being a profitable one.
- He’s an American.
- We calculated the net worth, money, salary, sales, and assets of Lowell Hamilton.
Timeline of Lowell Hamilton
In 2007, the Illinois High School Association named Hamilton one of the 100 Legends of the IHSA Boys Basketball Tournament.
Hamilton was an instrumental force in the 1988–89 Illinois Fighting Illini men’s basketball team’s drive to the Final Four. He started 33 games during that season and played in all 36. Hamilton was third on the Fighting Illini in scoring with 488 points (13.6 per game), second on the team in rebounding with 204 (5.7 per game) and second on the team in blocked shots with 31. His quiet, assertive play under the basket sparked the Fighting Illini’s running game while helping Illinois to a team average 86.4 points per game, its highest since 1966. Hamilton was co-captain along with Battle during the “Flyin Illini’s” magical run.
After the season, Hamilton was named a McDonald’s All-American and played in the 1985 game with teammates Quin Snyder, Sean Elliott and Roy Marble while opposing Danny Ferry and Pervis Ellison. Hamilton would score 13 points in a losing effort for the West team.
Hamilton went on to play for the University of Illinois for four years, 1985-1989. He was part of the Flyin’ Illini team that qualified for the 1989 NCAA men’s basketball tournament Final Four. Hamilton scored 1,241 career points with 87 blocked shots while having a .534 field goal percentage for the Fighting Illini.
Hamilton was a dominant high school basketball player at Chicago’s Providence St. Mel, where he led the Knights to four consecutive IHSA boys’ sectional championships from 1982 to 1985, three consecutive “Elite-Eight” appearances from 1983 to 1985 as well as appearances in the “Final-Four” in 1984 and a state championship in 1985. In his four years of varsity basketball, Hamilton scored 165 points in 11 IHSA tournament finals games, averaging 15.0 points per game and was named to the all-tournament team at center in ’83, ’84 and ’85. While playing for St. Mel, Hamilton’s teams would lose only 14 times while winning 116 games for an 89.2 winning percentage. Each season at St. Mel, Hamilton’s teams would advance further in the state tournament. During his freshman year, under the direction of head coach Tom Shields, Hamilton’s team would finish the season with a loss in the IHSA super-sectional to future Fighting Illini basketball player Scott Meents and the Herscher Tigers. As a sophomore, Hamilton’s team would win the super-sectional but lose in the quarterfinals to future Indiana Hoosiers guard, Marty “The Mule” Simmons and the defending state champion, Lawrenceville Indians. It would be Hamilton’s junior year when the Knights would dominate Illinois high school basketball, finishing the regular season with 22 wins and only 3 losses. As the final day of the season started, Hamilton’s team had increased their win total to 29, however, a hot-shooting Mt. Pulaski High School would hold off the Knights on their way to the championship game, leaving a third-place game versus Lena-Winslow High School where they would earn their 30th victory.
Lowell Hamilton (born May 3, 1966) is an American former basketball player.