The NBA’s lowest-key rich second-generation, sitting on hundreds of millions of fortunes, married goddesses for two marriages! True winner
I am afraid that many fans have blurred the name of David Lee. He entered the NBA in 2005, played for the Knicks, and had his second spring with the Warriors. He played in 829 career games and averaged 13.5 points. With 8.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists, he played an excellent substitute role. In 2017, the left knee ligament was torn again, and David Lee Sansi officially retired afterwards.