Marcus Smart is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
At an OSU press conference on April 17, 2013, Smart declared that he will not enter the NBA draft but rather would return to OSU for his sophomore year.
In the Big 12, his 99 thefts were a freshman record.
On November 19, 2013, Smart helped his #7 Oklahoma State Cowboys defeat #11 Memphis by scoring 39 points, tying an OSU single-game scoring record.
After a verbal argument in the waning seconds of a game on February 8, 2014, at Texas Tech, Smart shoved a spectator in the stands and was assessed a technical foul.
After the game, reports reported that Smart claimed the supporter called him a racial epithet.
One of the 30 finalists for the Naismith College Player of the Year award was given to Smart later that year. The Cowboys suffered a defeat against Gonzaga in the opening game of the 2014 NCAA tournament.
Marcus Smart Net Worth: How Rich Is Marcus Smart?
Marcus Smart’s net worth is projected to be $15 million as of 2022. Smart’s pay increased progressively from $3,283,320 in his first year with the Celtics to $4,538,019 in 2018.
The NBA player then agreed to a new contract, which would have paid him $11,160,716 the next season.
According to Hoopshype, Smart made $12,946,428 last season while making $14,339,285 this season.
Meanwhile, Smart’s deal reportedly contains $500,000 in potential incentives annually, according to journalist Eric Pincus.
Boston and Smart reached an agreement on a four-year, $77.1 million maximum contract deal, as The Athletic revealed last August.