Marcus Smart Net Worth 2022, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Children, Height, Family, Parents, Contract

Marcus Smart net worth

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Marcus Smart is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Oklahoma State Cowboys before being drafted with the sixth overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft. Smart is widely considered to be one of the best defenders in the entire NBA, regardless of position, due to his fierce nature, strength, hands, and basketball IQ.

Early life

NameMarcus Smart
Net Worth$15 million
OccupationBasketball player
Age28 years
Marcus Smart net worth 2022

Marcus Osmond Smart was born on March 6, 1994 (age 28 years) in Flower Mound, Texas, United States. He is the son of Billy Frank Smart and Camellia Smart, who died of myelodysplastic syndrome on September 16, 2018. He has three older brothers: Todd Westbrook (deceased), Jeff Westbrook, and Michael Smart. He attended Edward S. Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas, along with one of his future Oklahoma State teammates, Phillip Forte.

Smart averaged 15.1 points, 9.2 rebounds and 5 assists during his senior year. In his high school career, he achieved a record of 115–6 through three seasons and was a two-time 5A state champion. He was also named a McDonald’s All-American and was an ESPNHS first team All-American. Smart played competitive football until the sixth grade and enjoys playing tennis in his spare time.

He set a new Team USA U18 record for steals over a five-game period when he grabbed 18 during the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championships in Brazil. He was considered a five-star recruit by and was listed as the No. 1 shooting guard and the No. 10 player in the nation in 2012.

College career

Marcus Smart led the Cowboys to a 24–8 record and finished third place in the Big 12 behind Kansas and Kansas State during his freshman year at Oklahoma State. Smart averaged 15.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 4.2 assists per game and led the Big 12 in steals, where he recorded 99 and averaged 3.0 per game. Smart and the Cowboys earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament that year, clinching a #5 seed in the Midwest Region. During the first round of the tournament though, the Cowboys were eliminated by the #12 seed Oregon.

Smart held a press conference in the student union at OSU on April 17, 2013, and announced that he would not declare for the NBA draft and instead, return to OSU for his sophomore season. His 99 steals set a freshman record in the Big 12. On November 19, 2013, Smart tied an OSU single-game scoring record with 39 points leading his #7 Oklahoma State Cowboys past #11 Memphis. On February 8, 2014, during a game at Texas Tech, Smart shoved a fan in the stands after a verbal altercation in the closing minutes of the game and received a technical foul. Reports after the game stated that Smart claimed the fan yelled a racial slur at him.

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At a press conference the following afternoon, Smart would not comment on that element of the altercation, and coach Travis Ford chose not to address it. The fan denied using a racial slur and stated that he called Smart “a piece of crap”. Audio from the incident confirmed the fan’s account. Smart was subsequently suspended for three games and the fan agreed not to attend any further Texas Tech games during the 2013–14 season.

Marcus Smart was later that year named one of the 30 finalists for the Naismith College Player of the Year. In the first game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Cowboys lost to Gonzaga. He finished with 23 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists and 6 steals, becoming the first player in tournament history to record 20 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals. During his two seasons at Oklahoma State, Smart averaged 16.6 points, 5.9 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 33.1 minutes per game. On April 7, 2014, Smart declared for the NBA draft, forgoing his final two years of college eligibility.

Professional career

Marcus Smart was selected on June 26, 2014, as the sixth overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. He joined the Celtics for the 2014 NBA Summer League and signed with the team on July 10, 2014. In just his fifth NBA game, Smart sprained his left ankle in the Celtics’ 101–98 win over the Indiana Pacers on November 7. He underwent an MRI following the game and was ruled out for two to three weeks. After missing ten games with the injury, Smart returned to action on December 3 against the Detroit Pistons.

Smart was assigned to the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League on December 4, 2014. He was recalled the next day after playing in Maine’s win over the Erie BayHawks. On March 18, 2015, he scored a season-high 25 points in a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. On March 21, he was suspended for one game without pay for hitting San Antonio Spurs forward Matt Bonner in the groin the previous night. On May 18, Smart was named to the NBA’s All-Rookie Second Team, garnering 142 points in the voting process.

On July 16, 2015, while playing for the Celtics at the 2015 Las Vegas Summer League, Smart dislocated two fingers on his right hand. On November 15, 2015, he scored a career-high 26 points in a 100–85 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Between November 22 and December 26, Smart missed 18 games with a lower left leg injury. He returned to action on December 27 against the New York Knicks, scoring six points in 13 minutes off the bench. On January 15, 2016, in a win over the Phoenix Suns, Smart recorded his first career triple-double with 10 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds, becoming the first Celtics player to record a triple-double off the bench since Art Williams did so in 1971.

He tied his career-high of 26 points in a loss to the Orlando Magic on January 31, 2016. On November 9, 2016, Smart scored a then season-high 20 points in a 118–93 loss to the Washington Wizards. On December 25, he scored 15 points and made a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 47 seconds left to help the Celtics claim a 119–114 win over the New York Knicks. On January 7, 2017, he scored a season-high 22 points in a 117–108 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. In-Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals on May 21, Smart, who started in place of the injured Isaiah Thomas, made seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points to help the Celtics defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 111–108. Boston was blown out in the first two games of the series and came back from a 21-point deficit in the third quarter of Game 3. They went on to lose the series in five games.

On November 27, 2017, Smart scored a season-high 23 points, making 6 of 9 from 3-point range, in a 118–108 loss to the Detroit Pistons. Smart missed 11 games between January 24 and February 14 after cutting his hand on glass at the team hotel in Los Angeles. On March 16, 2018, he was ruled out for the rest of the regular season with a torn ligament in his right thumb. After missing the Celtics’ first four games of the playoffs, Smart returned to the line-up for Game 5 of their first-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks. He came off the bench and had nine points, five rebounds, four assists and three blocks in a 92–87 win, helping the Celtics take a 3–2 lead.

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On June 29, 2018, the Celtics tendered a qualifying offer to make Smart a restricted free agent. On July 19, he re-signed with the Celtics to a four-year, $52 million contract. On November 9, Marcus Smart had his first double-double of the season with 13 points and a season-high 10 assists in a 123–115 loss to the Utah Jazz. He missed the end of the regular season and the first round of the playoffs with a left oblique tear. He returned during the second round of the playoffs. Following the season, he was named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team.

On January 19, 2020, Marcus Smart dropped a career-high 37 points on the Phoenix Suns. He went 11 for 22 from three in the game, breaking the Celtics record for three-pointers in a single game. On March 20, 2020, he was tested positive for COVID-19 after fellow NBA player Rudy Gobert was tested positive eight days prior, which had caused the NBA season to suspend indefinitely.

Marcus Smart was one of the first NBA players to speak out publicly regarding the concerns of Covid-19 and how the community should not take the disease lightly. On March 29, 2020, Smart was cleared from COVID-19. However, on April 28, 2021, Smart was suspended for one game without pay for directing threatening language toward a game official.


On August 16, 2021, the Celtics resigned Marcus Smart to a 4-year contract of $77 million extensions. On October 14, Smart was suspended for the team’s final preseason game due to missing a team flight to Florida. In April 2022, he was nominated as one of the three finalists for the NBA Defensive Player of the year award.


Marcus Smart is currently single and not married. His wife or girlfriend as of April 2022 is unknown to the general public. He has always kept his relationship private. However, although not a high percentage shooter, Smart is aggressive on offense and defense, and as the longest-tenured Celtic, he is widely recognized as the heart and soul of the team. He often guards opposing players taller than him, using physicality to make them uncomfortable, often causing turnovers or missed shots. Over his years in the league, his three-point shooting has improved to the point where he’s a league-average three-point threat.

Marcus Smart net worth

How much is Marcus Smart worth? Marcus Smart net worth is estimated at around $15 million. His main source of income is from his career as a professional basketball player. Smart successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. He is one of the richest and influential basketball players in the United States. However, his former teammate, Kemba Walker, describes the energy Smart brings to the game: “It’s exciting. It’s energizing. He just gets everybody going. Gets us going, and gets the crowd going. As I said, we just kinda feed off him. He just does so many great things. And propels our defense each and every night.”