Mike Bibby is an American professional basketball point guard who has played 1000 games. Mike Bibby is retired and currently serves as a head coach for his alma mater, Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mike Bibby along with his wife Darcy Watkins are parenting four of their kids. Mike and Darcy got married after a longtime relationship. Currently, they are living a prosperous life with their kids Janae Bibby, Nylah Bibby, Michael Bibby, and Mia Bibby in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
He was born on May 13, 1978, at Cherry Hill, New Jersey. His father is Henry Bibby who was a former NBA Player, currently, USC coach and her mother Virginia Bibby is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. He was two brothers named as Hank, Dane and two sisters, Charlsie and Roslyn.
Born in Cherry Hill Bibby, was moved to Phoenix, Arizona when he was two years old. There he studied Shadow Mountain High School. While attending in Shadow Mountain, his talent on the court made everyone surprise.
Mike Bibby with a height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) carries a weight of 195 lbs (88 kg).
The energetic player with perfect body structure, Mike Bibby, is a pleasant, polite young man. He is similar to his father with same sweet shooting stroke and can hit from 22 to 25 feet.
Following his father’s footstep, he has a keen instinct of a point guard which can make the deft pass that looks almost impossible.
The men with high prestige, wealth and talent but with no ego character are possessed by him who is rare to be seen.
He is very fond of tattoo and he has printed by different shape in her body. His first tattoo “Bibby” is located on Mike’s right arm when he was at the age of 16.
The same tattoo was covered by a chain-linked cross by his uncle Roger to show his religious nature. He printed Michael Dane on his upper left chest after the birth of his birth of his first son, Michael Dane and Janae in his lower right abs after the birth of his daughter.
He has added hoop and net on his leg. On his right calf, it is written “Only God Can Judge Me”, “Faith” on his left hand, “Darcy” on his right hand.
His Wildcats to the NCAA championship in 1997 helped the team a lot. Then after entering the 1998 NBA Draft, he got selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies.
He played for Vancouver Grizzlies from 1998 to 2001. After that, he moved to Sacramento Kings from the year 2001 to 2008.
He won respectable 15.9 points per game with the Kings going 59–23althought he was badly injured on his 55 games during the 2002–03 seasons.
After that, he was acquired by Atlanta Hawks from 2008–2011 contracting three-year deal worth about $18 million. After that, he was traded to the Washington Wizards on February 23, 2011.
He was again agreed to contract Miami Heat on March 2, 2011. In the team, he played against the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals. New York Knicks, is the team which drafted his father, came to contract with him for one-year on December 11, 2011.
He was awarded by Pacific-12 Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year in 1988 and NCAA champion in 1997. He is also one of the professional basketball point guards who has played 1000 games. He also won the 2003 San Juan Team competition.
Being a human, everyone has ups and downs but he believes that problem sharpens our ability. He stated that he is gone be a tremendous competitor by improving his basketball techniques each day he’s on the court.
He believes himself and follows the line in his daily life; struggle until we accomplished the goal because success does not have, ending.
He has given his unforgettable victory in the sports and wishes he will be doing such a miracle again and again.
How much is Mike Bibby worth? Mike Bibby has amassed a net worth of $60 million. As a head coach Bibby earns an annual salary of $1.2 million.
The popular basketball point guard is online engaged in Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. His fans can follow him on his personal as well as official websites for learning his latest updates and they can also tweet him on twitter. His stats can be followed by NBA.com and bio is also available in Wiki.