They’ll both get to keep furniture, jewelry and any money they’ve made since their 2014 separation.
It was unclear how much money the bank accounts, pension plan and the 401k have in them.
Before their divorce became official, Jannero had to pay Malaysia $7,500 in spousal support for about a year.
The exes were married for ten years, and have three children – twins and one son. Malaysia filed for divorce in 2014.
The pair will share joint custody of their kids.
Jannero, a career journeyman, has played for more than a decade in the NBA with various teams. Jannero last played with the Charlotte Hornets before being acquired by the Oklahoma City Blue – whose contracts reportedly pay less than $30,000 a season. But the settlement was inked when Jannero’s salary was $108,333 per month, while Malaysia reportedly made $8,333 per month, their court docs state.
We’ve reached out to the lawyers from both sides for comment.