- He is currently an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA
- He served the Dakota Wizards as their head coach for four years
- He also served as a head coach for the Memphis Grizzlies and the Sacramento Kings
Dave Joerger is an American professional basketball assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers and his net worth in 2023 is estimated to be $1.8 million from his coaching career.
In his career, Dave has coached several teams as an assistant and also as a head coach and has seen the teams achieve in championship tournaments.
Joerger played college basketball at Concordia College and Minnesota State University Moorhead. After graduating, he joined the Dakota Wizards of the IBA as the team’s general manager, an assistant coach and eventually t their head coach.
He is currently serving as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers and has been with the team for two seasons now.
DAVE JOERGER BIOGRAPHY
|Full name||David Joerger|
|Age||49 years old|
|Place of birth||Staples Minnesota, USA|
|Date of birth||February 21 1974|
|Source of wealth||Basketball earnings|
David Joerger’s net worth is estimated to be $1.8 million in 2023. His wealth is based on his NBA salary as an NBA assistant coach and a head coach as well as earnings in the minor leagues.
Joerger earned a salary of $2.5 per annum serving as the head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies and the Sacramento Kings. He currently serves as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers and earns a salary of $1 million per year.
Apart from the NBA salary, Joerger also coached in minor leagues which also earned him and significantly had an effect on his current net worth.
DAVID JOERGER’S EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Dave attended Staples-Motley High School in Staples, Minnesota and then progressed to Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where he played college basketball for two seasons.
He then transferred to Minnesota State University, Moorhead and he played for two seasons before he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical education.
Dave was born on August 24 1974 in Staples, Minnesota to his parents Dave Joerger Sr. a former basketball coach and Judy Joerger, a homemaker.
He has two siblings Mike and Mark. Mike is a former college basketball player and coach who played college basketball at Minnesota State University and also played professionally in the Continental Basketball Association.
Mike then became an assistant coach at the Minnesota State University Moorhead and the University of Minnesota. He is currently the head coach of the Minot Magicians.
Mark on the other hand is a former college basketball player who played college basketball in Moorhead, Minnesota. He then worked as a financial advisor and is currently the president of a financial planning firm in Moorhead, Minnesota.
David is married to Amy Joerger and they have two children together, a daughter and a son.
DAVID JOERGER’S CAREER
Joerger has had a successful career as an assistant coach and as a head coach. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach for the Dakota Wizards of the International Basketball Association and eventually became the head coach.
He was then hired by the Memphis Grizzlies as their assistant coach where he served for six years before his promotion to head coach.
Jorger also served as a head coach of the Sacramento Kings for two seasons and was sacked when the team missed the playoffs in the two seasons he served them.
He was hired by the Philadelphia 76ers of the NBA as their assistant coach, a position he is serving to date.
Throughout his career, Joerger has made several achievements and here we highlight a few of his achievements:
- Joerger led the Dakota Wizards to four championships in the IBA, CBA and the D-League
- He led the Memphis Grizzlies to the playoffs in each of his three seasons as the head coach
- He was named Coach Of the Month in the Western Conference in 2014
- He helped develop players like Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph who are currently NBA stars.
WHAT IS DAVID JOERGERS DREAM IN HIS CAREER?
David has achieved much as an assistant coach and as a head coach and his biggest dream is to win an NBA championship, which he believes that he can if he continues sharpening his skills and gets the right players around him.