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Chris Cedar was born on 18 October, 1988 in Townsville, Australia. At 32 years old, Chris Cedar height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 18 October 1988
Birthday 18 October
Birthplace Townsville, Australia
Nationality Australian

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Weight 80 kg
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Chris Cedar Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Chris Cedar worth at the age of 32 years old? Chris Cedar’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Australian. We have estimated Chris Cedar's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On 22 January 2020, Cedar signed with the USC Rip City for the 2020 NBL1 North season. After the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was hoped Cedar would join the Rip in 2021.


On 8 January 2019, Cedar re-signed with the Meteors for the 2019 season. In 19 games, he averaged 19.7 points, 6.5 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.4 steals per game.


In January 2017, Cedar re-signed with the Meteors for the 2017 season and continued on as team captain for a third straight year. On 15 July 2017, he scored a season-high 29 points in a 96–81 loss to the Townsville Heat. He helped the Meteors finish the regular season in second place on the ladder with a 14–3 record. The Meteors went on to reach the 2017 QBL Grand Final series, where despite a 50-point effort from Cedar in Game 3, Mackay were defeat 2–1 by the Townsville Heat. In 19 games for the Meteors in 2017, he averaged 20.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game.

On 22 November 2017, Cedar re-signed with the Meteors for the 2018 season. In 20 games, he averaged 16.2 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.4 steals per game.


On 5 February 2016, Cedar re-signed with the Mackay Meteors for the 2016 QBL season and continued on as team captain. On 1 July 2016, he scored a season-high 34 points in a 100–83 win over the South West Metro Pirates. He helped the Meteors finish the regular season in sixth place on the ladder with an 11–6 record. They went on to lose to the Cairns Marlins in quarter-finals. Cedar appeared in all 18 games for the Meteors in 2016, averaging 17.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.3 steals per game.


On 31 December 2015, Cedar was contacted by Townsville Crocodiles' assistant coach Greg Vanderjagt, who asked Cedar if he was interested in joining the Crocodiles as an injury replacement for Corey Maynard. Cedar happily accepted the offer and joined the Crocodiles in the New Year, signing a two-game contract with his former club. On 8 January 2016, he made his first appearance in an NBL game since 24 March 2013, coming off the bench to back-up import Jordair Jett. In 13 minutes of action, he recorded 3 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist in a 75–61 loss to the Cairns Taipans. Eight days later, he made his second appearance for the Crocodiles, recording three personal fouls in just under nine minutes of action in the team's 108–103 loss to the Adelaide 36ers. Upon the expiration of his two-game contract, and the return of Maynard from injury, Cedar parted ways with the Crocodiles.


On 14 February 2014, Cedar signed with the Rockhampton Rockets for the 2014 QBL season. He helped the Rockets finish the regular season with a 14–2 record and subsequently by-passed the quarter-finals and straight into the semi-finals due to finishing first on the ladder. After defeating the Ipswich Force 115–97 in their semi-final match-up, the Rockets moved on to the best-of-three grand final series where they faced a Mackay Meteors team that featured Cedar's brother, Michael, and their former Crocodiles teammate Todd Blanchfield. The Rockets ended up sweeping the Meteors 2–0 to win back-to-back championships for the first time in club history. He appeared in all 19 games for the Rockets in 2014, averaging 13.2 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.4 steals per game.

On 26 November 2014, Cedar signed with the Mackay Meteors for the 2015 QBL season and was named team captain. Much like with the Rockets in 2014, Cedar helped the Meteors finish in first place on the ladder at the conclusion of the 2015 regular season, earning a 15–2 record and moved straight into the semi-finals. There they faced a resurgent Toowoomba Mountaineers team, but with a 104–92 win, the Meteors moved on to the grand final series for the second straight year. They faced the Brisbane Capitals in the best-of-three decider, eventually winning the series 2–1, with Cedar scoring 16 points in the decisive Game 3. With the victory, Cedar helped the Meteors win their third championship in five years, while Cedar garnered his second straight QBL title. He appeared in all 21 games for the Meteors in 2015, averaging 19.1 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 1.2 steals per game.


In 2012–13, Cedar began competing with Mitch Norton for minutes at the guard spot and subsequently averaged just 1.8 points and 1.2 rebounds in 26 games. With the Heat in 2013, he averaged 17.9 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 15 games. Following the 2013 QBL season, he parted ways with the Crocodiles and the Heat after not receiving a new contract from the Crocodiles for the 2013–14 season.


In 2011–12, Cedar joined the Crocodiles as a full-time squad member and subsequently recorded his best NBL numbers. In 31 games, he averaged 4.6 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. With the Heat in 2012, he averaged 17.9 points, a career-high 6.7 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.4 steals in 14 games.


Cedar spent one final season as a development player in 2010–11, playing in a career-low six games for the Crocodiles while scoring just four total points. He had another solid season with the Heat in 2011, averaging 11.6 points, 3.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 1.1 steals in 17 games.


As a development player in 2009–10, Cedar stepped up to cover the absence of injured guard Kelvin Robertson during the second half of the season. He subsequently played in 15 games for the Crocodiles and again averaged 1.3 points per game. With the Heat in 2010, he averaged a career-high 20.9 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 17 games.


Cedar retained his development player role with the Crocodiles for the 2008–09 season but did not receive any game time during his second season. He returned to the Heat for the 2009 QBL season and averaged 12.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists in 16 games.


Cedar first joined his hometown NBL team, the Townsville Crocodiles, as a development player for the 2007–08 season. There, he teamed up with his brother, Michael, who first joined the Crocodiles in 2005. Cedar appeared in eight games in his first season, averaging 1.3 points per game. Following the conclusion of the NBL season, he joined the Crocodiles' QBL affiliate team, the Townsville Heat. In 21 games for the Heat in 2008, he averaged 17.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game.


Born and raised in Townsville, Queensland, Cedar began playing basketball as a youth for the Whirlwinds Basketball Club. He attended Townsville State High School, where he led the basketball team to the 2006 National Schools title and was regarded as one of the best young Australian guards at the time. The following year, he led the Queensland Under 20 side at the U20 National Championships in Ballarat, Victoria.


Cedar's older brother, Michael, is also a professional basketball player who played eight seasons in the NBL for the Townsville Crocodiles between 2005 and 2013. Michael has also played in the QBL. In addition, Cedar's wife, Naomi, has played many years in the QBL women's competition.


Christopher Cedar (born 18 October 1988) is an Australian professional basketball player for the USC Rip City of the NBL1 North. He has previously played in the National Basketball League for the Townsville Crocodiles, and has had stints with QBL clubs the Townsville Heat, Rockhampton Rockets and Mackay Meteors.