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Francis Stanley Kaminsky III is a professional American basketball player who currently plays for the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played four years of college basketball for the Wisconsin Badgers, where he set the single-game scoring record.
He was named men’s National College Player of the Year in 2015. Francis Stanley Kaminsky III has been named the all-area, all-conference, and east suburban Catholic Conference Player of the Year. Furthermore, on November 18, 2018, Francis Stanley Kaminsky III’s jersey number 44 was retired at Benet Academy in a ceremony.
Frank Kaminsky Salary and Net Worth
Frank Kaminsky has net worth is estimated to be more than $6 million as of 2019. His total NBA earnings were reported to be $11,817,962.
He is the 245th highest-paid NBA player this season, as well as the 9th highest-paid player on the Charlotte Hornets, with Nicolas Batum being the highest-paid player and Bismack Biyombo being the 2nd highest-paid player on the team.
The first leg of the Kaminsky Family Vacation to Europe is complete. This is my first trip to Europe, and I’m blown away by how incredible it is. For all of you Game of Thrones aficionados out there… Visit Dubrovnik and you’ll thank me later.
He is currently under a four-year, $11,817,962 contract with the Hornets, with a base salary of $3,627,842 for 2018-19.
He had a base salary of $2.613 million USD in 2016 and was paid $2,612,520 in his rookie NBA season in 2015.
Kaminsky also has the option to stay with the club for the 2019 season if the club agrees to pay him $4,915,726 per year.
Frank Kaminsky’s Personal Life and Girlfriend
Kaminsky, 25, is not married but is in a relationship with his long-term girlfriend Elyse Panick. The couple met in high school and has been together ever since.
He previously dated Deme Morales, who is also a Wisconsin Badgers volleyball player.
Francis Kaminsky stands 7 feet tall and weighs 110kg. He also has dark brown hair and hazel brown eyes.
Frank Kaminsky’s Biography and Early Years
Francis Stanley Kaminsky III was born in Winfield, Illinois on April 4, 1993. He was the son of Frank Jr. and Mary. Kaminsky. His father was a basketball player at Lewis University, and his mother was a professional volleyball player at Northwestern.
I’ll never forget the day I discovered my mother’s name wasn’t Mom, but Mary. That was a strange moment. Ginger Lady, have a wonderful Mother’s Day.
He also has two sisters, Kaylee and Hannah Kaminsky.
His aunt and uncle worked for the Chicago Bulls and had access to the practice facility when he was five years old in 1998, when Michael Jordan, Dennis Rodman, and Randy Brown were on the team.
Kaminsky was a student at Bent Academy in Lisle, Illinois. During his senior year, he averaged 14.2 points, 8.7 rebounds, 4.2 blocks, and 2.8 assists and was named to the Chicago Sun-Times and IBCA’s first all-state teams, as well as the AP’s second all-state team.
Early Career of Frank Kaminsky
Francis appeared in 35 games as a freshman. Scored a season-high nine points against UMKC on November 22, 2011. She appeared in 32 games during his sophomore season, averaging 4.2 points and 1.8 rebounds per game.
Kaminsky was named First Team All-Big Ten in his junior season after posting outstanding stats. Kaminsky was named West Regional Most Outstanding Player on March 29, 2014.
Before the 2014 season, Kaminsky was named the Big Ten preseason player of the year. The Badgers were chosen unanimously to win the Big Ten Championship. On March 31, 2015, Kaminsky was named the National Association of Basketball Coaches Player of the Year. On April 3, he became the first player since 1961 to be named Associated Press College Basketball Player of the Year.
Later that day, on April 5, he was named the Naismith College Player of the Year, and he went on to win the John R. Wooden and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Awards. On June 12, he was also named the University of Wisconsin’s Male Athlete of the Year.
Frank Kaminsky’s Professional Background
Kaminsky was selected by the Charlotte Hornets in the 2015 NBA Draft on June 25, 2015. He is currently under contract with the Charlotte Hornets.