Rasual Butler (May 23, 1979 – January 31, 2018) was an American known basketball player (Height: 2.01 m). In Rasual Butler's 14-year NBA (National Basketball Association career), he played for the Miami Heat, New Orleans Hornets, Los Angeles Clippers, Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors, Indiana Pacers, Washington Wizards and San Antonio Spurs. Rasual Butler was born in Philadelphia and nurtured in the Point Breeze area of South Philadelphia. Later while playing college basketball at La Salle, Rasual Butler was selected in second round of the 2002 National Basketball Association draft by the Heat.
All About Rasual Butler
Rasual Butler was born on 23 May 1979, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Rasual Butler died on 31 January 2018, Studio City, California, United States Rasual Butler's Height: 2.01 meters Rasual Butler was married to Leah LaBelle Salary: $854,389 USD (updated till 2013) Rasual Butler's Number: 18 (San Antonio Spurs / Shooting guard)
Early years in Miami: 1987–2003
You are my King! I look up to you for it all! Thank you for always answering when I call! My mouth is closed and my ears and eyes are open! Use me as vessel to be everything you need me to be for all you will use me for to bless through your blessing to me! I will be very excited and careful to give you all the praise! 👏🏾
The Miami Heat are an American professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida. The Heat competes in the NBA (National Basketball Association) as a member of the League's Eastern Conference Southeast Division. They represent their home games at the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami, Florida. The team owner is Carnival Corporation Owner Micky Arison, the Club President and General Manager is Pat Riley, and the Head Coach is Erik Spoelstra. The mascot is Burnie, an anthropomorphic fireball. In 1987, the NBA awarded one of its four new expansion teams to the city Miami with the team forming a year later in 1988. Other new teams at the time included: Orlando Magic, Charlotte Hornets, and the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Miami Heat began their early years with much mediocrity, only making the playoffs two times in their first eight years and falling in the first round both times.
New Orleans Hornets
Dear Lord Please forgive us for all the sins we have brought upon us And look down upon us with forgiveness for all the sins we will have in the future I know you understand that niggas ain't perfect, but we try, Lord We try to keep our heads up in bad times This is a bad time; show us the way And if you can't show us the way Then forgive us for being lost! Thank you for taking the time @omargooding give our people their love for their talent. Being apart of Legendary Movies etc... Even if it seems only to be recognized by our own race. Praise them while they’re here in the natural LIVING! They deserve to know how respected appreciated & revered they are while their LIVING, young still able to fully comprehend the praise. Not when some are blessed to live to be 85-90 yrs old smh😂 funny, sad but true about our race, we praise people once they’re gone or blessed to live really long lives. we catch them when unfortunately life cycle begins to come to an end. There is no telling what that will entail smh. In that case sometimes their incapable of fully comprehending the honor being given. To everyone who has been blessed to accomplish their dreams and goals I salute you! I appreciate you for showing me it can BE done! All of our accomplished people out there from so many different industries THANK YOU! If you tried and failed at your dream and now flourish at whatever it is you’re doing now at a HighLevel, Thank You as well. Because of your courage to go after your original dream and not succeeding, it lead you to what now is most likely your true destiny or leading you towards it all because you went after your dream! See we never know what we are being prepared for physically, mentally and emotionally by following our spirit, we are lead in the right direction and find our truest and purest treasure. So give love and respect to all, especially our greats and accomplished people from all walks of life! Then go hard yourself attacking those dreams you have in your spirit. Believe that the love and respect you to others will be reciprocated if it’s not then it’s ok the RIGHT your tribe will give it!
The New Orleans Hornets are an American professional basketball team based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The New Orleans Hornets compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member club of the League's Western Conference Southwest Division. The team plays their home games in the Smoothie King Center (formerly known as the New Orleans Arena).
Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers, abbreviated by the team as the LA Clippers, are an American professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California. The Clippers compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the League's Western Conference Pacific Division. The franchise was founded in 1970 as the Buffalo Braves, one of three expansion teams to join the NBA that year. The Braves moved from Buffalo, New York to San Diego, California in 1978 and became known as the San Diego Clippers. In 1984, the Clippers moved to Los Angeles. Throughout much of its history, the franchise failed to see significant regular season or playoff success. The Clippers were frequently seen as an example of a team made up of perennial losers in American professional sports, drawing unfavorable comparisons to the historically successful Lakers. The Clippers and the Lakers just so happen to have shared the NBA market since 1984 with both sharing the same an arena since 1999.
Rasual Butler's Net worth
In 2018, What Was Earned During 12 Seasons in the NBA? Over Rasual Butler's NBA career, he made nearly $24.0 million and while many people might think this more than enough money for a lifetime, they might still be curious as to how much he was worth at the time of his untimely death. According to most sources, Rasual Butler’s net worth was $3.0 million at the time of his death. As far as we know, this does not include the earnings of his wife, Leah LaBelle. As Rasual Butler and Leah LaBelle didn’t have any children, what will happen to the remains their fortune? It will greatly depend on if he had a will at the time of his death. If no will is found, hopefully, Rasual Butler's family will figure out who gets what and let's hope they do it in a timely and peaceful manner.
Basketball Player Rasual Butler and Wife Leah LaBelle Killed in Car Crash
Rasual Butler and his Wife, Leah LaBelle
Former New Orleans Hornets forward Rasual Butler and his wife was killed in a single-vehicle rollover car crash in Los Angeles on January 31, 2018. Their car, a Range Rover crashed around 2:30 a.m. in the Studio City area and left a swath of damage along a major thoroughfare. Los Angeles police said in a statement that Rasual Butler was speeding before his vehicle jumped a curb, hit three parking meters and a concrete wall and then flipped over twice. The vehicle came to rest inside a shopping mall parking lot. Rasual Butler, 38, and his wife, Leah LaBelle Vladowski, 31, were both pronounced dead at the scene, said Ed Winter, an assistant chief investigator with the Los Angeles County coroner's office. The results of their autopsies are pending. Rasual Butler, who was drafted No. 53 overall out of La Salle by the Miami Heat in 2002, played for eight NBA teams over his 13-year career. Rasual Butler was a member of the New Orleans Hornets from 2005-09. The team changed its name to the Pelicans at the beginning of 2013. "The New Orleans Pelicans are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah LaBelle," the statement reads. "Rasual Butler was a consummate professional and a kind, caring and passionate person who was endeared in the New Orleans community. Our prayers are with their families and loved ones." Rasual Butler had career averages of 7.5 points and 2.4 rebounds.