Robert Williams III Net Worth


Robert Lee Williams III is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association. He played college basketball for the Texas A&M Aggies. Williams was drafted 27th overall in the 2018 NBA draft by the Celtics.

Robert Williams III Net Worth
Robert Williams III Net Worth

Robert Williams III Biography

Full Name Robert Lee Williams III
Date of Birth October 17, 1997
Birth Place Shreveport, Louisiana
Nick Name Time Lord, Lob
Religion Unknown
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American
Zodiac Sign Libra
Age Aged 24
Height 6 ‘ 9″ (2.06 meters)
Weight 237 pounds (108 kg)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Build Athletic
Father’s Name Robert Fitzgerald Williams
Mother’s Name Tundra Williams
Siblings A sister, Brittani Williams
Education North Caddo High School
Texas A&M University
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Name Unknown
Kids Hendrix Rome Williams, a son Hendrix Rome Williams, and one daughter Ava Williams
Profession Basketball Player
Position Power forward / Center
League National Basketball Association (NBA)
NBA Draft 2018 / Round 1 and Pick 27th overall
Affiliations Maine Red Claws
Boston Celtics
Playing Career 2018-present
Net Worth $3.6 million
Social Media InstagramTwitter
Last Update May 2022

Early Life

Williams (fully known as Robert Lee Williams III) was born on 17 October 1997 under the sign of the stars, Libra. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he was born to his parents, Robert Fitzgerald Williams and Tundra Williams.

There is also a sister known as Brittani Williams. She is a major in tourism and recreation sciences and park. At a young age, Robert did not have an affluent background. Actually, at a number of occasions, he’s spoken out about his poor family background.

In his early years Robert’s parents divorced at the same the same time, his grandmother was diagnosed with cancer. In the past the mother of Robert had to leave her job and Robert was forced to be the head of the family. In the meantime, Brittani also moved out of the home.

Personal Life

Robert Williams ensures he keeps it secret regarding what he does in his personal life. He has a balanced personal and professional life by ensuring that it is only the professional one that gets the spotlight.

Robert Williams seems to be married and taken since he has two children that include a son and an infant daughter. But, he hasn’t disclosed his spouse or relationship partner.

The name of his daughter is Ava Williams, and he recently had a son with the name Hendrix Rome Williams.

“I’m waiting for her – my child, and my eldest to reach the age that she is able to be a watcher for her (son). I like to keep my family members close and basketball and basketball. For my girlfriend I love her!” – Robert Williams


In his interview, he discussed his education. Robert Williams graduated from North Caddo High School. The school is within Viviana, Louisiana.

After that, he went to Texas A&M University. While at Texas A&M University He was certain to remain on the team at Texas A&M University; however, he decided to skip the remainder of his 2018 season.

Awards And Achievements

  • 2x SEC Defensive Player of the Year (2017 and 2018)
  • Second-team All-SEC (2017)
  • SEC All-Freshman Team (2017)
  • 2x SEC All-Defensive Team (2017 and 2018)


Basketball to Robert Williams was more like an opportunity to ease the pain he experienced during his first phase. Robert Williams started playing the sport during his time in high school and has not stopped playing since.

At the close of his high school years, Robert was already established as the most popular four-star player. He was the top potential player in Louisiana while securing the 50th spot all-around according to the ESPN’s Top 100 for the class of 2016.

After transferring to Texas A&M University, Robert was awarded two awards: SEC Best Defensive Player Award award and 2nd Team All-SEC accolades.

In the beginning, Robert Williams showed his NBA Draft interest in 2017 however, he did not join the draft the following year, in 2018. Many people said he was an option for lottery selections to be selected for both 2017. The 2017 NBA draft and the 2018 NBA drafts. When he went into his draft for the 2018 NBA Draft after losing the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Boston Celtics took him in as the 27th pick overall.


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