Cristiano Silva Felício Net Worth

Cristiano Felicio Net Worth, Height, Family & More

Cristiano Felicio Net Worth: The net worth of Cristiano Felicio is 20 million dollars. if we talk about Cristiano Felicio, his name comes from the top Basketball player in Brazil and he is famous as a Basketball player and a very good Basketball player. Cristiano was born on 7 July 1992 in, Pouso Alegre, State of Minas Gerais, Check this post, Net Worth Of Gabriel Barbosa.

Full and Real NameCristiano Silva Felício
Nick Name ( Famous name)Updatedsooon
OccupationBasketball player
Physical Status
Height ( Approx)211 Centimetre
2.11  meter
Weight ( Approx)123 Kilogram
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Colour Of EyeBlack
Colour Of HairBlack
SignCancer

Personal Life and More

Place Of BirthPouso Alegre, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Date Of Birth7 July 1992
Age In 202129 Years
HometownPouso Alegre, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil
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First Debut Match Football MatchUpdated Soon
Date Of Debuted MatchUpdated Soon

Cristiano Felicio Net worth & More

This table describes the net worth of Cristiano

Every Basketball Match Fee ( Approx) Updated Soon
Monthly Income ( Approx)Unknown
Annual Income ( Approx)Unknown
Net Worth in 2021 ( Approx) 20 Million Dollar
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Career

The former Minas Tênis Clube player moved to Sacramento, California in 2012–13 to attend CCSE Prep Academy before trying to gain NCAA eligibility to attend the University of Oregon in 2013–14. Later, he was deemed ineligible and returned to Flamengo, where he won both the 2014 FIBA Americas League and FIBA Intercontinental Cup.

Frequently asked questions ( FAQ)

What is the Net Worth Of  Cristiano Felicio?

Cristiano is a Brazilian professional basketball player who is net worth 20 million dollars.

How tall is  Cristiano?

The tall of  Cristiano is 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m).

Who is Cristiano Silva Felício?

He plays professional basketball for Ratiopharm Ulm of the Basketball Bundesliga. Prior to joining the Chicago Bulls, he played for Minas Tênis Clube and Flamengo in his native Brazil.

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