Best known as the king of Basketball, this NBA star is one of a kind. The first thing car remembers after hearing the NBA is the American LeBron James. The Lakers superstar is widely considered as one of the greatest NBA players in history.
He has been crowned the NBA championship not just once but four times with three different teams. The record of his achievements is never ending just like his bank account. One would be astonished to the core after discovering how much the Basketball icon is worth!
LeBron James Net Worth in 2021
As of 2021, LeBron James is estimated to have a jaw-dropping net worth of $500 million.
Through his hard work, LeBron has successfully made himself a remarkable fortune and continues to do so. Most of his earnings are through his career in the NBA but besides that, he is also an entrepreneur.
Lebron James’s Salary and Endorsements
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Every year, LeBron James earns around $40 million in salary from the NBA and roughly $55 million from endorsements. That brings his total annual income to roughly $100 million.
The majority of this income is through his basketball career but he earns heftily from various endorsement deals. LeBron has endorsement deals with dozens of companies including McDonald’s, Microsoft, State Farm, Beats by Dre, Coca-Cola, Dunkin-Donuts, Baskin Robbins, Samsung, Nike, and more.
It is also reported that “Today LeBron earns $20 million per year from Nike in the form of salary and royalty payments for his signature shoe line.” Damn!
Dwyane Wade crashes twitter and hypes up King James!
In today’s game, we could see LeBron in his best form. As reported by sources “The Lakers centered to a blowout 120-102 triumph over the Rockets tonight. With 18 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds, a steal, and a block apiece, the King was absolutely in his element tonight. James never even looked like he was out of second gear, but he was as magnificent as ever.”
The infamous player Dwyane Wade had something to say to LeBron after his performance for the Lakers when he threw the dime with his right hand (being a lefty) to Kentavious Caldwell–Pope. Wade himself was in awe of how incredible the pass to set off the fast break was.
We spot Dwyane tweeting “Come on @KingJames man. It’s too easy!” amidst the game.
Come on @KingJames man 🤦🏾♂️ It’s too easy!— DWade (@DwyaneWade) January 11, 2021
The Lakers took an almost safe 27-point lead on the back of their defense after this. For about 30 minutes James and AD continued playing in a statement win that brought to the fore how really dominant the reigning champs are.
Recently on December 30, 2020, LeBron celebrated his 36th birthday. The Lakers wished the star during their clash against the Trail Blazers.