Lafayette Lever is a retired American professional basketball player with an estimated net worth of $6 million. Lafayette Lever started his career when he played for the Pueblo High School’s basketball team. In college, he became a member of Arizona State Sun Devils men’s basketball team. Lafayette was named as an All American Honorable Mention from the Associated Press, and Road and Smith’s. Lafayette was picked as the initial round, 11th overall pick by the Portland Trail Blazers of the 1982 NBA Draft. Within the following two seasons, Lever moved to Denver Nuggest in 1984. He was named as an All-NBA Second Team in 1987 and also a member of NBA All-Defensive Second Team in 1988. When he was traded to Dallas Mavericks in 1990, he was sat out the whole 1992-93 season because of knee injury. Lever concluded his career with all the team in 1994 with a career average of six rebounds, 6.2 assists, 13.9 points, and 2.22 steals per match. Lafayette Lever was created on August 18, 1960 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.