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Kerby Raymundo was born on 19 January, 1981 in Filipino, is a Filipino basketball player. Discover Kerby Raymundo's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 19 January 1981
Birthday 19 January
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Nationality Filipino

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Kerby Raymundo Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

2015

In May 2015, Raymundo announced his retirement, saying that although he is still capable of playing after he was cleared by his doctors to play, he no longer had the passion to continue playing basketball.

2013

After Meralco got eliminated in the Governor's Cup Semifinals series against San Mig Coffee Mixers, the Bolts traded big man Jay-R Reyes for him. This trade reunites him with Ryan Gregorio, his former coach in Purefoods. The veteran Raymundo, who chose not to sign a contract with Meralco for the moment, has yet to play a single game for the Bolts. He has been sidelined by a complicated knee injury since the start of the 2013 Governors' Cup while he was still playing for the Gin Kings - an injury which would cost Raymundo around P4.5 million of his own money if he opts to undergo surgery in the US.

Originally diagnosed as a mere bone bruise, the injury turned out to be a lot more serious when Raymundo had his knee checked in the United States last November 2013. The injury is the same one that sidelined New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire for a long period.

2012

Before the start of the 2012 Commissioner's Cup, B-MEG traded former team-captain and stalwart Raymundo to its sister team Ginebra and in turn acquired high flying forward J.C. Intal.

2011

On March 28, 2011, Raymundo became the 63rd player to join the PBA’s 5,000-point club.

On April 2, 2011, Raymundo became the 33rd player in PBA history to collect at least 2,000 defensive rebounds.

On December 3, 2011, Raymundo became the 41st player in PBA history to collect at least 1,000 offensive rebounds.

2009

He was sidelined with a knee injury when Purefoods took home the 2009–10 PBA Philippine Cup trophy.

He is a many-time member of the Philippine national basketball team, and was considered as a possible team captain in 2009.

2008

After Rey Evangelista retired in 2008, Raymundo assumed the role of team captain.

2006

He was again instrumental in Purefoods' 2006 PBA Philippine Cup crown, along with James Yap, Peter June Simon and Marc Pingris.

2002

In 2002, Raymundo was shipped to Purefoods. In his first year with the franchise, he led the team to a Governor's Cup championship. Raymundo also received the Finals MVP award under then-interim coach Ryan Gregorio.

2001

He would later return in 2001 for the Thunder, becoming one of the vital cogs, along with Davonn Harp, Mick Pennisi, Jimwell Torion, former collegiate teammate Miller and import Antonio Lang, to lead Red Bull to their first championship over the San Miguel Beermen in the Commissioner's Cup.

2000

Raymundo joined the PBA at the age of 19 when Red Bull made the decision to move to the PBA from the PBL making him the second youngest player to join the league. He played six games for Red Bull in his debut in the 2000 All-Filipino Cup, but was banned by the league for the rest of the season after finding out that Raymundo falsified his requirements to enter the league. The league required players who have graduated from high school in 1996, while Raymundo graduated only a year later before going to Letran.

1999

He played for Red Bull in the Philippine Basketball League, teaming up with future teammates Jimwell Torion, Lordy Tugade, Junthy Valenzuela, and Fil-American recruit Davonn Harp, but never led the Energy Kings to a title in his only stint in 1999.

1997

Raymundo played for Letran in the NCAA from 1997–1999 and made significant impact for the Knights alongside future PBA players Chris Calaguio and Willie Miller. From 1998-1999, he was a member of the Knights' back-to-back NCAA championships with victories over five-peat champion San Sebastian Stags and the JRU Heavy Bombers, respectively. He was named NCAA MVP in 1999. He also played for the Philippine national team in the 1999 Southeast Asian Games as the country won the gold medal.

1981

Kerby Mariano Raymundo (born January 19, 1981) is a Filipino retired professional basketball player who last played for the Barangay Ginebra San Miguel of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). Known as The Kid, he was a former star player with the Letran Knights during his NCAA years.