Who Is Antoinette Davis? Anthony Davis’ Twin Sister

Antoinette Davis is the sister of Anthony Davis who is an American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Her brother has made a name for himself in the NBA and widely regarded as one of the greatest power forwards of all time. She is more than just a sibling of a famous basketball player and busy with her own career with minimal media spotlight.

Antoinette Davis’ Age

Antoinette Davis was born on March 11, 1993 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. She is 30 years old, as of 2023. She and her brother celebrated their birthday on the same day of the year.

Antoinette DavisWiki
Age30 years old, as in 2023
BornMarch 11, 1993
SisterLesha Davis
Father’s nameAnthony Davis Sr.
Mother’s nameErainer Davis

Antoinette Davis Wiki & Parents

Antoinette Davis grew up with her parents and siblings. She was born to Anthony Davis Sr. 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m), and his mother, Erainer, is 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m).

She has a sister named, Lesha who played basketball at Daley College. She has cousins named Jarvis, Marshaun and Keith Chamberlain. Her father, Keith Sr., served as Davis’s elementary school athletic director.

Antoinette is the aunt of three children including Nala Davis as his brother Anthony Davis married Marlen Polanco on September 18, 2021.

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Antoinette Davis Net Worth

What is the net worth of Antoinette Davis? Her net worth is not revealed. But her brother, Anthony Davis earns a huge amount of money from his career. He signed with Arn Tellem and Thad Foucher of the Wasserman Media Group as his agents, in 2012 and was named the most outstanding player of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament in the same year.

In 2018, he signed with Rich Paul of Klutch Sports Group. He also launched AD’s Flight Academy, which holds charitable events in the Greater-New Orleans area, in 2014. His net worth is estimated to be $100 million, as of 2023. He is one of the first player in basketball history to win an NCAA title, NBA title, Olympic gold medal and FIBA World Cup.

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