Al Horford is a Dominican professional basketball player with a net worth of $ 60 million.
Al Horford was born in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic in June 1986.
It's a 6'10-cent center and power striker who plays at Grand Ledge High School in Michigan.
Horford played college basketball at the University of Florida, where he won two NCAA championships.
In 2007, the SEC Tournament MVP, Second-Team All-American-NABC and Third-Team All-American-AP were named. Horford was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks No. 3 in the 2007 NBA Draft and played for the Hawks throughout his career.
In 2008, he was named the NBA All-Rookie First Team. Horford has been named the NBA All-Star three times and in 2011 was named the All-NBA Third Team and became the NBA Shooting Stars Champion.
Horford also represented the Dominican Republic in international competition and won Centrobasket 2012 gold medals and bronze medals at FIBA Americas Championship 2011 and Centrobasket 2008.
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