Travis Mays Net Worth

Travis Mays Net Worth is
$7 Million

Travis Mays Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Travis Cortez Mays (born June 19, 1968) is an American former professional basketball player who was selected by the Sacramento Kings in the 1st round (14th overall pick) of the 1990 NBA Draft.Mays went to Vanguard High School where he was a scholastic All-America standout, and he then proceeded to play ball and study at University of Texas 1986-1990, where he earned a B.A. in psychology. Mays and teammates Lance Blanks and Joey Wright were known as the "BMW The Ultimate Scoring Machine" during the 1989-90 basketball season. That Longhorn team advanced to the Elite Eight in the 1990 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. Travis Mays ranks second in UT men's basketball all-time scoring (2,279 points) and also is second in Southwest Conference all-time scoring. Mays' career scoring average was 18.4 ppg. He scored in double-figures in 100 of 124 career games, and was the only UT men's player in history to score more than 700 points in a season at the end of his Longhorn career; he did that with 743 points as a junior and 772 as a senior. His single season scoring record was subsequently been broken by Kevin Durant. Mays helped lead Texas to the 1990 Final Eight, scoring 24.1 ppg.During his rookie campaign for the Kings, He was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team, averaging 14.3 ppg in 64 games during his first pro season. He spent the next two seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, where two games into his second season, he ruptured both tendons in his right ankle and was out for the season, before returning for his final NBA season the next year. Mays had an NBA career scoring average of 11.1 points per game.Mays' pro career extended to European basketball as he played in Greece, Israel, Turkey and Italy. Highlights of his European career include selection to the European All-Star Game, leading Panionios (Greece) to the European Championship final eight with 27.5 ppg, and First Team All-Star selection (1999–2001) on Italy's Siena squad. He retired as a player in 2001.Mays spent the 2002-04 seasons (assistant) coaching and scouting for the WNBA San Antonio Silver Stars franchise. He also coached AAU boys' basketball for the Tennessee/Alabama "Pump" team in the summer of 2003.From 2004-07, he served as assistant coach at the University of Texas, joining Jody Conradt's staff. Mays' primary duties were working with UT's guard play and recruiting. Since 2007, he is working in the same capacity at the Louisiana State University women's team.In his years of recruiting, he was instrumental in signing (among others) Erika Arriaran, Crystal Boyd, Earnesia Williams and Brittainey Raven.

Date Of Birth1968-06-19
ProfessionSound Department, Miscellaneous Crew, Director

Sound Department

The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort sound editor
The Critical Hour: Shock Trauma2004-2005TV Series sound recordist - 11 episodes
The Critical Hour2004-2005TV Series documentary sound recordist - 10 episodes


Unforgiven Sins2006assistant to director
The Critical Hour2005-2006TV Series documentary production staff - 2 episodes
The Critical Hour: Shock Trauma2005TV Series production staff - 2 episodes


The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort


Jimmy Part 1 Did You Get One?2015completedGuy in meeting room


The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort adaptation


The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort

Camera Department

Ghosts of Hamilton Street2003still photographer


The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort


The Tell-Tale Heart2009/IShort producer

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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