Quick Facts of Robbie Hummel
- Full NameRobbie Hummel
- Date of Birth08 March, 1989
- Marital Status In a Relationship
- BirthplaceValparaiso, Indiana, USA
- Ethnicity White
- ProfessionESPN Commentator, Analyst
- Nationality American
- Active Year2012-2017
- Hair colour Light Brown
- SpouseLogan Andrews
- Height6 feet 8 inches
- Weight99 KG
- EducationPurdue University
- Horoscope Pisces
Robbie Hummel is a former American basketball player and a TV Commentator. In his career, he won Big Ten All-Freshman Team and three-time First-team All-big Ten in 2008, 2010, and 2012. Robbie started his senior career in 2012 with Blusens Monbus. Hummel has also represented the United States in his International career.
Robbie earned his career high of $900,000 in 2015. To find out more about his girlfriend, career, net worth, and so on, scroll below.
Who Is Robbie Hummel? His Bio And Wiki
Robbie Hummel was born on 8th March 1989, in Valparaiso, Indiana, USA. His birth sign is Pisces. The information about Hummel’s parents is not revealed yet. He holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Hummel went to Valparaiso High School and there he played basketball under the coach Bob Punter. Hummel played alongside the like of Scott Martin, who later transferred to Notre Dame University. In his senior season, Robbie averaged 15.7 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 4.1 assists per game. After his high school, Robbie joined Purdue University where he was drafted in NBA.
Robbie is currently 30-years-old and stands tall at a height of 6 feet 8 inch. He is gigantic and weighs around 99 KG (219 lbs).
Find Out More About Robbie Hummel’s Career
In his early days, Robbie got himself in the No. 21 small forward and the No.75 player in the nation in 2007. Hummel played successful matches in his college career. He played under the coach Matt Painter and Cuonzo Martin.
Hummel played alongside Chris Kramer, JaJuan Johnson, Keaton Grant, and E’Twaun Moore. They reached on to the second round of NCAA tournament. Hummel broke school freshman record with 44.7 three-point field goal percentage.
Robbie completed his Sophomore season with 13 points and 7 rebounds and he was named the Preseason Big Ten Player of the year. From 2010 to 2012, he returned as a senior player but ruled out of injury for one season.
Hummel had a successful college career where he was picked by the CBS Sports and Big Ten Network in Preseason First Team All-Big Ten. In 2012, Hummel played for Blusens Monbus, a team from Spain. After one year, Hummel joined Minnesota Timberwolves for NBA Summer League. He suffered from a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right hand and was ruled out in 2015.
On 31st July 2015, he joined EA7 Emporio Armani Milano, an Italian team but could not continue because of a shoulder injury. On 15th September 2016, Robbie signed for Denver Nuggets but on October 22, he parted ways and for the rest of the season he played for a Russian team Khimki.
Robbie retired on 4th October 2017 and now works as a studio analyst and commentator for ESPN.
What Is Robbie Hummel’s Relationship Status?
Robbie is definitely in a relationship but there is no confirmation if she is his wife or not. Hummel is in relationship with Logan Andrews. On any of the Instagram posts, Robbie is not seen wearing an engagement ring so, we can assume they are not yet in a marital relationship.
Hummel, now after retiring from basketball career is a commentator for ESPN but in his free time, he spends a lot of time with his girlfriend. Logan works as a talent agent in LA, California, USA. Robbie attends his college events and matches frequently with his friends and Logan. Hummel might be waiting for the perfect time to reveal the fact about his relationship to the public.
What Is Robbie Hummel’s Net Worth?
Robbie Hummel’s actual net worth is not known yet but it is sure to be in millions of dollars. On average, NBA players earn about $2 million per season but small contingent players earn $50,000. Robbie played for one NBA team so probably earned the salary in a good range.
Outside NBA, players get as low as $20,000 per year but in NBA they earn about $100 million. Hummel career was hindered by injuries so, he couldn’t have a long NBA career. Robbie earned a career-high of $900,000 in 2015 season.
Hummel currently works as a studio analyst and a commentator for ESPN. On average, NBA commentators and analyst earn about $78,200 per year so, Robbie must be earning a similar amount. Robbie travels to exotic places with his girlfriend on vacations.