Quick Facts of Meyers Patrick Leonard

  • Full NameMeyers Patrick Leonard
  • Net Worth$10Million
  • Date of Birth27 February, 1992
  • NicknameMeyers Leonard
  • Marital Status Married
  • Birthplace in Woodbridge, Virginia, the United States of America
  • Ethnicity White
  • Religion Christianity
  • ProfessionProfessional Basketball Player
  • Nationality American
  • Active Year2011-present
  • Eye colour Light Brown
  • Hair colour Light Brown
  • SpouseElle Bielefeldt
  • Height7 feet
  • Weight118kg
  • EducationGratuated higher education
  • Online PresenceFacebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Wiki
  • Horoscope Pisces

Meyers Patrick Leonard, shortly, Meyers Leonard is one of the leading professional basketball players from the United States of America who formerly played for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Moreover, the guy was selected 11th overall in the 2012 NBA draft by the Portland Trail Blazers and had numerous recognitions.

Meyers Leonard Married? Who Is His Wife? How’s Their Nuptial Life?

Yes! Thirty years old, Mr. Leonard is a married man. He is happily married to his college sweetheart, Elle Bielfeldt, Founder & CEO of Levels Food. Moreover, the college love bird’s mutual friend was the one who first introduced them. In 2011, the two began dating each other.

After dating some years, on August 2, 2015, the duo exchanged their marriage vows in Oregon in front of their family & close friends. The lovely couple is enjoying a happy marriage with no signs of divorce.

Meyer with his wife, Elle, on their big day. Source Instagram

The husband and wife partners currently focus on their professional lives, and probably, they would love to spend more of their time together before having kids. Right now, it seems the twosome have no plans to share kids.

Also, the guy is an avid animal lover who has a pet dog, Koko. Earlier, he had another pet dog Bella, who died on December 27, 2017.

Meyers Leonard Holds Millions Of Net Worth

The media sensation Meyers is a famous NBA Basketball player who has a whopping net worth of $10 Million as of May 3, 2022. He accumulated all this fortune from his professional career as a basketball player. In contrast, another professional NBA Basketball player, Nneka Ogwumike, has a net worth of $0.5 million.

During his early days in Miami Heat, the skillful player earned an annual salary of $9.756 million. Additionally, the man re-signed with the Heat for the 2021 season after signing a one-year $9,400,000 agreement with the team on July 6, 2019.

Meyer’s amazing performance. Source Instagram

Thus far, the boy has $39.455 Million playing seven seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers and showing his exceptional basketball skills. The star has achieved huge appreciation and recognition. His victory paid him an outstanding salary.

The player has a running shoe contract with Nike, which he signed in his rookie season with the Trail Blazers. Meyers re-signed a four-year, $41 million contract with the Trail Blazers on July 10, 2016, including an annual average salary of $10.5 Million.

Meyer is promoting the Meyers Leonard brand. Source Instagram

Additionally, he co-founded the Meyers Leonard brand, a lifestyle clothing company consisting of tees, hoodies, hats, crewnecks, and stickers, with his wife in 2018.  Apart from this, his stats in season 2020-21 are APG 7, SPG 0, RPG 2.3, and PPG 3.3.

Also, he bought a lavish mansion, but the price is still under review. Therefore, the guy lives a luxurious life with his family with such earnings.

Miami Heat Suspended Him For One Week

Leonard made headlines on March 12, 2021, but not for good reasons. The guy used an anti-semitic statement during a Twitch live stream. During the live video, the athlete heard screaming, “F—-ing cowards; don’t f—-ing snipe me, you f—-ing kb——.”

Afterward, the player posted an apologetic message. Soon after his regret surfaced, Twitch banned him.

Meyer was fined $50,000 and suspended from all Heat activities for one week. Source CBS Sports.

After that, the NBA fined him $50,000 and prohibited him from using any of the Miami Heat’s facilities or partaking in any of their events for a week. Subsequently, the Thunder released Meyer after Heat Trade.

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