|Birthdate ( Age)
||13 February 1992
||Detroit, Michigan, United States
||American professional basketball player
|Net Worth ( 2021)
$1 Million - $5 Million( estimated)
Keith Damon Appling is an American basketball player for Abejas de León of the Mexican Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional. He played college basketball for Michigan State University.
Early Life and Family
Appling is that the son of Tottie Williams and majored in Sociology.He was raised with six siblings: Kenneth, Keion, Mark, Kyanna, Mareya, and Lateia.Appling played highschool basketball at Pershing highschool in Detroit. In 2009, as a junior, he led his team to win the Michigan highschool Athletic Association Class A Basketball Championship.
During the title game, he set a MHSAA Championship Game record by scoring 49 points beating the previous record of 47 established by Antoine Joubert in 1983.The next year, as a senior, he was the Mr. Basketball of Michigan award winner.
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Keith Appling Net Worth
Keith Damon Appling is an American basketball player for Abejas de León who has an estimated Net Worth $1 Million - $5 Million.
As a freshman at MSU, Appling averaged 6.4 points and a couple of .8 rebounds per game, while shooting over 41% from three-point range. In his sophomore year, he averaged 11.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and three .9 assists per game.
He earned All-Big Ten third team honors while leading the Spartans to the large Ten regular season and tournament championship. In his junior year, he started every game and led the Spartans in scoring with 13.4 points a game and assists with 3.3 per game while earning All-Big Ten second team honors. In his senior year, he averaged 11.2 points, 3.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game.
After going undrafted within the 2014 NBA draft, Appling joined the Portland Trail Blazers for the 2014 NBA Summer League. On September 23, 2014, he signed with the l. a. Lakers,but was later waived on October 20.On All Saints' Day , he was acquired by the l. a. D-Fenders as an affiliate player of the Lakers.
In July 2015, Appling joined the Orlando Magic white team for the 2015 NBA Summer League.On September 24, he signed with the Magic, but was later waived by the team on October 19 after appearing in five preseason games.On October 31, he was reacquired by the Erie BayHawks.On January 18, 2016, he signed a 10-day contract with the Magic.
On January 29, he signed a second 10-day contract with the Magic.That same day, he was named within the East All-Star team for the 2016 NBA D-League All-Star Game. On February 8, after his contract expired, he was reacquired by the BayHawks.
At the season's end, he earned NBA D-League All-Defensive Team honors.After two years faraway from the sport thanks to a jail term, Appling returned to basketball for the 2018–19 season with Cañeros del Este of the Dominican Republic .He later joined the Abejas de León of the Mexican league.He signed with Pallacanestro Piacentina in Italy on Saint Joseph , 2018.
Controvercies and Alligations
In July 2017, Appling was sentenced to at least one year in county jail and 4 years of probation for carrying a concealed weapon and resisting a policeman .In February 2020, Appling was charged with delivery or manufacture of 19 grams of heroin during a car he was attempting to sell.In May 2021, it had been announced that Appling was wanted in reference to a shooting death of a 66 year old man in Detroit
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