Rod Strickland is a retired American professional basketball player and assistant basketball coach with the estimated net worth of $32 million. Rod Strickland joined the youth program, ny Gauchos. During his junior year, he played for the Truman High School basketball team. Following a year, he transferred to Oak Hill Academy. He appeared in 87 games with the DePaul Blue Demons men’s basketball team. Strickland was a two-time All-American which he helped the team to appear in NCAA Tournament from 1985 to 1988. Upon entering the 1988 NBA Draft, Strickland was picked as the first round, 19th overall pick by the New York Knicks. During his 17-year stint in the league, he played in 1,094 games, scored 14,463 points and dished out 7,987 assists. Strickland ended his career in 2005. Rodney Strickland was born on July 11, 1966 in Bronx, nyc. Life after retirement, Strickland started his training career when he was the director of basketball operation for University of Memphis. He was hired as assistant coach for the South Florida Bulls’ men’s basketball team in 2014.