Former No. 1 in grief turned into financial consultant: Hope players will not go bankrupt again

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 Former No. 1 in grief turned into financial consultant: Hope players will not go bankrupt again


Oden was the NBAs top scorer in 2007, because he was stuck with injuries and his career was short and intermittent. In 2013-14, he finished his last season in the NBA at the heat. Later, he went to CBA to play, but only played a season before leaving.

Now, he has become a financial consultant of a financial company, providing financial risk and financial advice to athletes to avoid their financial difficulties.

Its wonderful. Im now an athlete consultant for a financial education company in Baltimore, and Im enjoying the job. Said Oden. His advice to athletes is, be sure to care about your finances and where all your money is going. The job is a match for Oden. Although his career is relatively short, he has made a total of 24 million dollars. He is familiar with the spending habits of athletes and the people around them. Although the NBA is now the league with the highest average salary in the United States, players have been spending money for a long time and do not know how to plan their financial situation. One statistic shows that 70% of NBA players will go bankrupt after four years of retirement. Now that there are more former players like Oden, it will certainly help his peers. Source: Netease sports Author: Tan Xiaoyu editor in charge: Li Xueer, Niu nb13040

Its wonderful. Im now an athlete consultant for a financial education company in Baltimore, and Im enjoying the job. Said Oden.

His advice to athletes is, be sure to care about your finances and where all your money is going.

The job is a match for Oden. Although his career is relatively short, he has made a total of 24 million dollars. He is familiar with the spending habits of athletes and the people around them.

Although the NBA is now the league with the highest average salary in the United States, players have been spending money for a long time and do not know how to plan their financial situation. One statistic shows that 70% of NBA players will go bankrupt after four years of retirement. Now that there are more former players like Oden, it will certainly help his peers.