Keith Appling’s net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He is a former college basketball player who played for the Michigan State Spartans. In 2015/16, he was a member of the Orlando Magic and made an estimated $66,734 per game. However, he is no longer in the NBA.
Appling earned his net worth through hard work and dedication. He has a massive following on social media and uses his platform to share personal stories and photos with his followers. He is also very active on Twitter and engages with his followers there. As a result, his net worth is likely to continue to grow.
Appling was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was a standout basketball player in high school. As a senior, he led his team to the Class A Basketball Championship. In the same season, he set a school record with 49 points in the MHSAA Championship Game. In addition, he was awarded the prize of Mr. Basketball of Michigan.
Appling began his career with the Atlanta Hawks, before signing with the Orlando Magic as an affiliate player. In 2015, he was traded to the Erie BayHawks and later signed a ten-day contract with the Magic. He made his NBA debut in a 98-81 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, recording two factors in eight minutes of play. He later signed another 10-day contract with the Magic on January 29, 2016.
In February 2020, Appling was arrested in Chelsea, where he had been living. He had been named a suspect in the murder of a 66-year-old man in Whitcomb on Saturday night. According to the reports, the two men got into a physical and verbal fight, during which Appling fired several shots.
In February 2020, Keith was charged with heroin trafficking. He was also accused of shooting a 66-year-old man in Detroit. According to witnesses, multiple shots were fired in the neighborhood, and Keith had a gun in his hand. He was later arrested and released from the county jail.
Despite his arrest, Keith has remained a valuable player for the Michigan State Spartans. He averaged 6.4 points and 2.8 rebounds as a freshman, and then improved his game during his second year, averaging 11.6 points and 3.3 assists per game. In 2014, he was not selected for the NBA draft but joined the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA Summer League. On October 20, 2014, he signed with the Los Angeles Lakers.