|Real Name/Full Name
|Douglas Dale Christie
|Nick Name/Celebrated Name:
|Date Of Birth/Birthday:
|9 May 1970
|53 years old
|In Centimetres – 198 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 6″
|In Kilograms – 91 Kg
In Pounds – 200 lbs
|Father – John Malone
Mother – Norma Christie
|Mark Morris High School, Rainier Beach High School
|Basketball player, Actor
Doug Christie is an American resigned proficient Basketball player who played 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is 1.98 m tall, and he used to play at the shooting guard position for his team. After retirement nowadays, he is doing commentary for the Sacramento Kings, aired on NBC Sports California.
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Biography and Early Life
Douglas Dale Christie was born on 9 May 1970 in Seattle, Washington. Doug is the only child of his parents. His father’s name was John Malone, and his mother’s name was Norma Christie. He was brought up in Seattle by his mom Norma Christie. He started playing Basketball on the streets at a young age; however, under Mark Morris High School mentor Dave Denny, his game took off.
When Doug was in eighth grade, he started playing Basketball at Cascade Middle School and Mark Morris High School during his rookie and sophomore years.
Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement
So, how old is Doug Christie in 2024 and what is his height and weight? Well, Doug Christie’s age is 53 years old as of today’s date 27th February 2024 having been born on 9 May 1970. Though, he is 6′ 6″ in feet and inches and 198 cm in Centimetres tall, he weighs about 200 lbs in Pound and 91 kg in Kilograms.
Doug started his schooling career at Cascade Middle School; he completed his freshman year over there, and afterwards, he went to Morris High School because of his passion for Basketball as well as; his father, John Malone, was also an alumnus of the school and was well known with the name Morris track star John Malone.
After completing his sophomore year at Morris, Doug went to Rainier Beach High School for his senior year, which was also in Seattle. In his senior year, he was captain of the school basketball team and played a crucial role in winning the first Washington state championship for the school in the year 1988.
He, at that point, went on to Pepperdine University for studying humanism, where he acquired public openness. While at Pepperdine, he won the WCC Player of the Year straight for two years in a row, i.e. 1991, 1992 respectively. He likewise drove the Waves to the NCAA Tournament those two years, averaging more than 19 focuses per game during his last two seasons.
Personal Life: Dating, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids
Doug Christie found his life partner and got married at 26; her name is Jackie Christie. She is a producer cum actor. She produced and acted in the Basketball Wives LA (2011). She is also a fantastic writer she wrote many books too. They have three children, two daughters and one son named Takari Lee, Chantel Christie and Douglas Christie.
Doug and his wife Jackie once got featured in The New York Times story where they expressed their beautiful marriage and successful living in the year 2002. Doug and Jackie used to get remarried every year on their marriage anniversary to relive their beautiful moments.
Is Doug Christie Gay?
Though Doug has never spoken about his sexuality, and he has been married for 26 years and father of 3 children, from that, we can pretty much assume that he might not be gay. But in recent times, there have been rumors all over the internet that Doug Christie might be gay or Bi because there have been traits in his as well as his wife’s families, there were gay family members where they have been raised, and recently Doug and Jackie also spoke about gay and lesbian love as they were getting remarried on their anniversary in a gay bar named as Eleven.
Doug started his professional basketball career by getting selected in the NBA draft in the year 1992. He got associated with the Seattle SuperSonics but unfortunately never got a chance to play that season. Afterward, he was traded to many teams gradually like to the Los Angeles Lakers, then to the New York Knicks in 1994, by this time, he was often playing, but then in the year 1996, he was traded to the Toronto Raptors, which was a mid-season exchange, in Raptors he played consistently well and by the end of the league in 2000, he was again traded to the Sacramento Kings.
He started playing at guard shooter position in kings and became the league’s one of the best defenders and was well known as a three-pointer shooter. Because of his defensive gameplay, kings got good growth in their NBA ranks. With the help of Doug, kings qualified for the playoffs and the championship in the year 2001 and 2002, respectively.
He played for the Orlando Magic in 2005, but he wasted happily for getting traded from the kings; eventually, he got sidelined after playing few games for Orlando because of an ankle injury. He played for the Dallas Mavericks after surgery, but he got dropped out as his ankle injury wasn’t fully recovered. Then he tried for a comeback by getting signed by the Los Angles Clippers in 2007, where he had only a ten-day contract, and after that, he parted away and took retirement.
Doug Christie was a proficient Basketball player which he was awarded many awards during his professional and rookie career. In his rookie career, he was consistently awarded the WCC player of the year twice in a row in 1991 and 1992. During his professional career, he was once awarded the NBA All-Defensive First Team in 2003. He was also awarded thrice with the NBA AA Defensive Second Team in 2001, 2002, 2004, respectively.
Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Doug Christie in 2024
As of 2024, Doug Christie’s estimated net worth is estimated or accumulated around $30 million. He was one of the best and proficient players of his time. He performed adequately in whichever team he played and along in the NBA, along with playing 15 seasons for many different groups. After retirement, he also got associated with NBC Sports California and became a commentator and earning handsomely.
A well-established Basketball player, a commentator for a network, a son, a husband, a father and many more, at the age of 50, Doug Christie had a wholesome life experience. He has seen many ups and downs throughout his career; at first, he didn’t get enough to play, got dropped out from many teams, got an ankle injury, but he never gave up; every time he fell, he rises back with his full intensity, energy and determination. He was a good son, his mother, a good and loving husband to his wife, and last but not least, he is a loving and caring father to his kids.