Rafer Alston Sports Career
Rafer Alston, also referred to as “Skip to my Lou” is an American professional basketball player whom has made his way through six NBA teams. His career afforded him the following wealth.
Career Salary: $28,129,531
Originally drafted into the NBA in 1998, he was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks before signing with a free agent with the Golden State Warriors in 2002. Continuing on to play for the Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat, and Houston Rockets, he left his career after being released by the New Jersey Nets.
He played the position of Point Guard and was most known for his streetball moves that he brought into the big leagues. By 2010, he signed with Miami Heat for the second time and was suspended indefinitely after missing a practice and a game. His suspension was than updated for the remainder of the season.
In 2007, Rafer Alson was arrested in Houston on misdemeanor charges for assault and public intoxication. He was arrested a few weeks later in New York for charges of allegedly slashing a man on the neck during a nightclub altercation. However, no security tapes or anything were provided as evidence of the inciedent.
Charges from the Houston incident were later dropped in 2008. However he was than arrested again shortly thereafter and charged with a DWI.