Travis Hansen Net Worth


Travis Hansen’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Travis Hansen was born on 15 April, 1978 in Provo, Utah, United States. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Travis Hansen’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 15 April 1978
Birthday 15 April
Birthplace Provo, Utah, United States

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Travis Hansen’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Travis Hansen is 43 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Hansen’s business and civic achievements include being the recipient of BYU’s 2015 Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award and honors as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Utah.


In 2013, BYUtv aired a documentary about Hansen and his career in a show called Legends.


He is the author of The Next Few Years will Change Your Life, a book published by Deseret Book in 2012.


In September 2011, Hansen retired from professional basketball.


In May 2010, during a practice session with Real Madrid, Hansen suffered a herniated disc and had to have a discectomy.

In December 2010 he signed a contract with Khimki Moscow Region until the end of 2010-2011. In April 2011, Hansen helped his team win the VTB United League championship by hitting five free throws in the last seconds of the game.


In July 2009, he returned to the Spanish Liga ACB, signing a two-year contract with Spanish power Real Madrid. Real Madrid revamped the entire roster signing many of the best players in Europe and also one of the best coaches in Ettore Messina. They reached the top 8 in EuroLeague, the Finals in the Spanish Supercup, and the Finals of the Spanish Cup.


In February 2008, Hansen extended his contract with Dynamo Moscow for three more years and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree giving Hansen Russian citizenship. In 2008-2009, Hansen, coached by David Blatt, again led Dynamo to the EuroCup final four in Turin, Italy, averaging 16.4 ppg.

In March 2008, Hansen received Russian citizenship or a “red passport” in order to allow him to play for the senior men’s Russian national basketball team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He was the second American player ever to receive a Russian passport. However, he did not actually play for Russia.


After visiting orphanages in Moscow, Russia, Hansen and his wife LaRee founded the Little Heroes Foundation in 2007. In 2013, the foundation officially changed its name to the Sunshine Heroes Foundation, representing a long-term partnership with the founding sponsor, Nature’s Sunshine. Brigham Young University gave Hansen the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award for his work with Sunshine Heroes. The foundation has built 10 children’s centers around the world including in Nepal, Africa, Russia, Thailand, Panama, Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua.


In 2006, the ULEB Cup (now called EuroCup Basketball) champions Dynamo Moscow signed Hansen on a two-year contract. After helping his team reach the EuroLeague’s Top-16 and averaging 15 ppg, he was placed on the injured list for the rest of the season after suffering a torn Achilles tendon. In 2007, Hansen helped Dynamo take third place in the ULEB Cup (EuroCup Basketball) and averaged 17.5 ppg, 3.3 rpg while shooting 56.4 FG and 46.3% 3PT.


In 2004-05 he crossed the Atlantic to sign for TAU Ceramica, who won the 2005 Spanish Supercup, the 2006 Spanish King’s Cup and back-to-back appearances in the EuroLeague Final Four and Spanish League Finals. He averaged 10.5 ppg and 3.3 rpg in his last year in Vitoria before heading to Dynamo Moscow. He was voted the favorite player in 2004 by fans in Vitoria, Spain.


Hansen was voted by ESPN as one of the top five guards in the NBA draft in 2003. His draft class included players LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Bosh. Hansen was drafted by the Hawks in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft, 37th overall. He signed a shoe contract with Nike and stayed with Nike throughout his career.


Hansen played basketball at Brigham Young University for three seasons, from 2000 to 2003. During his tenure with BYU, he was also known as “Elder 8 Mile”, for his similar appearance to rapper Eminem. He was a two-time All-MWC selection, a Defensive Player of the Year, and a two-time All-District selection. He finished with a 44-1 home record (all-time best in BYU history), won two MWC championships and was selected with the 8th pick in the 2nd round in the NBA draft. With his selection by the Atlanta Hawks in 2003, he became the first BYU men’s basketball player to be drafted since Shawn Bradley in 1993. Hansen was known for his defensive ability, vertical leap, intensity, and outside shooting. His career-high at BYU was 30 points, 17 rebounds, and 5 assists his junior year against Pepperdine.


Born in Provo, Utah to Scott W. Hansen and Laurie Ann Hansen (Mitchell). His mother died from pancreatic cancer in 1997 when Hansen was 18 years old.


Hansen starred on his basketball team and graduated from Mountain View High School, where he averaged nearly a triple double, 18.6 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 7.5 apg and was team captain of the Bruins when they were named Region Champions and Consolation Champions in 1996.


Travis Mitchell Hansen (born April 15, 1978) is an American-Russian former professional basketball player. Both his junior high school, Orem Junior High, and his high school, Mountain View High School, retired his jersey number, #24. Hansen was the first person inducted into his high school’s hall of fame. He was drafted into the NBA by the Atlanta Hawks, played one year for the Hawks and nine years in the EuroLeague.

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