Allen Crabbe Parents, Dating, College, Salary

By Sujata Limbu | Updated On: 21 Oct, 2019
Allen Crabbe Parents, Dating, College, Salary

If you’re a basketball fan, the name Allen Crabbe might hit your head. Numerous reasons make Allen renown in basketball history than other existing players. His tall height and his successful stints in the basketball are way commendable and appraisable. He is a two-time All-Pac 12 picked and Pac-12 Freshman of the Year at the University of California.

Not only that, Allen has remained a Gatorade Player of the Year and California’s Mr. Basketball during his senior year at Price High School in Los Angeles. 

Allen Crabbe’s Wiki( Bio), College 

Born on 4 April 1992, Allen is a native of LA, CA. Little is known about his early life; he was raised in LA alongside his sister Nikki. He was into basketball since his young age and sometimes would miss family functions for his basketball tournament while he was in Portland.  

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Allen joined Price High School, the school founded by his pastor grandfather Dr. Frederick K.C. Price. He was already into his fifth NBA season when he graduated from high school in 2010. He, later, he joined the University of California, Berkeley, for three years. While in his school and college, Allen never missed amusing his colleague by his basketball skills.

As of now, Allen got associated with the Brooklyn Nets since 2017 and Portland Trail Blazers since 2013. 

Allen, who holds a peak career and a great appearance, possesses a height of 1.98 m (6’ 6”) tall and perceives a bodyweight of 96.2 kg. 

Parents/ Family

Twenty-seven-years-old player Allen is a grandson of Californa’s pastor Dr. Frederick K.C. Price. His parents, mother, Cheryl Price, and father, Allen Crabbe Jr., are a big supporter of their son like every parent. They supported Allen and discussed on behalf of Allen when coach Mike Montgomery shoved him in February 2013. They gave their best to shield their son’s professional career after Mike pushed him while the game was still on.

Besides that, Allen has two siblings: Nikki and Mari K. His elder sister Nikki is a fashion stylist and second mother to him. She is the one who has taken Allen’s fashion game and professional vision to the next level.

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Nikki has always got Allens back; she encourages him to look bold like his dope career. They have even stepped to New York’s Fashion Week together in March 2019. 

Family: Allen Crabbe chilling with his mother and siblings at their home on 17 May 2017. (Photo: Nikki's Instagram)

His other sibling is his cutie brother Mari K, who just celebrated his 10th birthday in Colorado on 25 February 2019. Visualizing his Instagram profile named bucketsneverstop09, he is a huge wrestling fan and a dope kid.

Who Is Allen Dating?

Allen has been hinting about his girlfriend through his tweets since early 2012. However, he never did reveal any girls as his girlfriend before and even today. But, this time, even Allen couldn’t hide his growing closeness with the reality star, Daddy’s Girl’s actress Angela Simmons, who is a daughter of famous rapper Joseph "Reverend Run" Simmons. Before her growing link with Allen, she got engaged to late Sutton Tennyson, who got killed in a shooting in 2018. 

It was Angela’s Instagram activity during March 2019 that made the audience to speculate their budding intimacy. She had posted numerous videos of the Nets, mainly of Allen on her Instagram’s Story. However, the pair has yet to accept the rumor.

Salary Related

Allen Crabbe's professional career started when he signed a four-year contract with the Portland Trail Blazers in 2013 for $74,832,500 with $74,832,500 guaranteed pay and annual salary of $18,708,125. There he served from 2013 to 2017. After ending the contract, Allen was traded to the Brooklyn Nets in 2017.

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As of 2019 and 2020, his base salary will be $18,500,000 with a cap hit of $18,500,000 and dead cap of $18,500,000. However, the media has yet to reveal his earnings from the Brooklyn Nets and other tournaments.