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SirValiant Brown was born on 21 December, 1980 in Washington, D.C., United States, is an American basketball player. At 40 years old, SirValiant Brown height is 6 ft 0 in (185.0 cm).

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SirValiant Brown Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 21 December 1980
Birthday 21 December
Birthplace Washington, D.C., United States
Nationality American

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Weight 79 kg
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SirValiant Brown Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is SirValiant Brown worth at the age of 42 years old? SirValiant Brown’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from American. We have estimated SirValiant Brown's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In November 2008 Brown joined Canadian team Halifax Rainmen of the Premier Basketball League; he was released in late January 2009 after averaging 7.1 points in 23 minutes per game over 7 league appearances. He then went back to Puerto Rico and played for Leones de Ponce, appearing in 2 games and averaging 1.5 points per game. He spent the 2010–11 season playing for MTV Wolfenbüttel in Germany.


In September 2002 Brown was allocated to the Roanoke Dazzle of the NBA Development League. He played 8 games during the 2002–03 National Basketball Development League season, averaging 3.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 8.1 minutes of playing time; he shot 28.1% from the field (14.3% from three) and 66.7% from the free throw line. In September 2003, Brown signed with Trouville, a club of Montevideo in Uruguay which played in the Liga Uruguaya de Basketball. He stayed with the club until the early months of 2004. In November 2006, Brown was signed by the Quad City Riverhawks of the American Basketball Association. After playing for Gigantes de Carolina in Puerto Rico's Baloncesto Superior Nacional, Brown spent the 2007–08 season in the Continental Basketball Association, playing for the Butte Daredevils. In 12 games with the Daredevils, Brown averaged 4.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and 0.8 assists shooting 44.9% from the field (40% on three-pointers).


In May 2001, Brown declared for the 2001 NBA draft as an early entrant, thus ending his collegiate career. He scored a total 1,274 points at George Washington, which ranked 19th in program's history at the time, and his 738 points established a single-season record for the Colonials. He also ranked second all-time for career scoring average with 20.9 behind Joe Holup's 21.4.

Brown decided to forgo his final two years of college eligibility, and declared himself eligible for the 2001 NBA draft. At the 2001 NBA Draft Combine, Brown was measured at 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) without shoes, weighing 176 pounds (80 kg), with a 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) wingspan. During the Chicago pre-draft camp, Brown moved to the point guard position, after playing at shooting guard in college. During the draft, Brown was not selected by any of the NBA franchises. He then joined the Philadelphia 76ers for the 2001 Shaw's Pro Summer League in July. 76ers' coach Larry Brown did not give him much playing time, and decided not to play him for the final games of the tournament. After the summer league, Brown was not signed by the 76ers, and he joined the One World All-Stars, an exhibition team that toured the United States playing college teams.


Brown decided to come back to George Washington for his sophomore season. He opened the season with 11 points against Texas A&M on November 18, 2000 followed by 32 points against Old Dominion. On December 2 he scored 32 points against St. John's, which was ranked the #19 team in the nation. He was named BB&T Classic MVP for the second year in a row, and again scored a total of 50 points (32 against St. John's and 18 against Maryland) in the competition. The one against St. John's was his only 30-point game of the season: after a 28-point performance against Richmond on December 9, he never scored more than 24 for the rest of his sophomore year. On January 6, 2001 Brown reached the 1,000 career points milestone against UMass, after 44 games. He had 25 double-figures games in his season, and in 12 of them he scored at least 20 points. On February 17 he scored 23 points against Dayton, and he ended the season with 24 points against Temple on March 9. In his second year at George Washington Brown played 31 games (26 starts), playing 31.2 minutes per game and scoring a total of 536 points (17.3 per game), which ranked him second on his team behind Chris Monroe. At the end of the season, Brown was named to the NABC All-District 4 Second Team.


Brown made his debut on November 19, 1999 scoring 19 points against Indiana State, followed by an 18-point performance against Oklahoma; on his third game with the Colonials, on November 21 against Houston, Brown scored 31 points. He had two back-to-back 33-point performances against South Florida (November 27) and Ohio (November 30). He was named the BB&T Classic MVP after scoring a total of 50 points over two games (23 against Seton Hall and 27 against Maryland). On December 11, 1999 Brown posted a new Charles E. Smith Center scoring record with a career-high 42 points against Siena. By the end of December, Brown had been nominated Atlantic 10 Conference Rookie of the Week 4 times in 4 consecutive weeks, and articles about him appeared on several news outlets such as The Washington Post,, The Orlando Sentinel and Dayton Daily News. Brown was leading all freshmen in scoring, and was one of the nation's top scorers in the NCAA Division I. Coach Penders described him as an Allen Iverson-like player. On January 29, 2000 he had a season-high 8 assists against La Salle, and on February 2 he scored 36 points against Duquesne. He then scored 33 against Dayton on February 9, 30 on February 19 against Rhode Island, 35 against UMass on February 29, and ended his season with a 33-point performance again in a game with UMass.


In the summer of 1998 Brown was invited to the ABCD Camp, a camp for the best high school players in the United States. For his senior year Brown returned at Robert E. Lee, and averaged 27 points, 5 assists and 3 steals per game, was an All-State selection by the Associated Press and was an Honorable mention All-Met selection for the second time in his career.


Brown was born in Washington, D.C. to Robbie and Marcella Brown. His father named him after Prince Valiant, one of the knights of King Arthur's Round Table, and named his other son SirLancelot after Lancelot, another of the Arthurian legend knights. Brown was known as "Val" during his high school years at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia, and in his freshman year he was cited as one of the most impactful players of the varsity team by local newspaper Fairfax Connection. At the end of his sophomore year, Brown averaged 19.9 points per game and was named an Honorable mention All-Met selection by the Washington Post as one of the best players in the Washington, D.C. area. For his junior year, Brown initially transferred to Mount Zion Christian Academy in Durham, North Carolina, but left in December 1997 after a brief period and spent the rest of the year at Notre Dame Academy in Middleburg, Virginia.


SirValiant Martin "Val" Brown (born December 21, 1980) is an American former professional basketball player. He played high school basketball at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia, and then signed for the George Washington Colonials in the NCAA Division I. During the 1999–2000 season, his freshman year, he was second in the nation in scoring with 24.6 points per game, behind Courtney Alexander of Fresno State, after leading the nation for part of the season. After his freshman year at George Washington, Brown was named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year and was an Honorable mention All-American. He left the college after his sophomore year in 2001 and declared for the NBA draft but went undrafted, and started his professional career in the NBA Development League. He has played in Uruguay, Puerto Rico, Canada and Germany throughout his 10-year career as a pro.