| Name||Chris Paul|
|Net Worth||Approximately $130 million|
|Age||35 years (born 06 May 1985)|
|Source of Wealth||Professional Basketball, Endorsements, Investments|
|Salary||Approximately $38.5 million per year.|
|Endorsements||Nike, Panini, Spalding, State Farm, Walt Disney|
|Endorsement Earnings||Approximately $8 million|
|Philanthropy||CP3 Foundation, After-School All-Stars, Aid Still Required, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Girl Up, Make It Right|
Born on May 6th, 1985, Christopher Emmanuel Paul is an NBA player for the Phoenix Suns. He was picked by the New Orleans Hornets in the 2005 NBA draft. He was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2011 offseason, which was controversially voided by the NBA. He was then moved to the Los Angeles Clippers. He was traded to the Houston Rockets in 2017 before being traded to Oklahoma City Thunder in 2019. In November 2020, he was traded to the Phoenix Suns.
Chris Paul has won various awards throughout his career, including NBA Rookie of the Year, two Olympic gold medals, and an NBA All-Star Game MVP Award.
Off the court, he has served as NBPA president since 2013. He is also one of the highest-paid athletes and holds endorsement deals with companies with Air Jordan and State Farm.
What is Chris Paul's Net Worth in 2021?
As of 2021, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Chris Paul's net worth is estimated to be around $130 million.
Chris Paul's Salary
His salary is estimated to be around $38.5 million. As of the 2020-2021 season, Chris Paul's salary was estimated to be around $41 million and for the 2021-2022 season is estimated to be around $44 million. Chris Paul began the 2020-2021 season with three years and $125 million remaining on his contract.
Chris Paul's Endorsements
Chris Paul earns around $8 million from endorsements alone. His endorsements include Panini, Nike, Air Jordan, Tissot, and State Farm.
Chris Paul's Investments
Chris Paul has an investment in Hyperice that is estimated to be around $48 million and in Chirpify for around $4 million. He also has investments in RSPCT Basketball and Beyond Meat
Chris Paul's Other Sources of Income
Chris Paul's other sources of investments include endorsements and investments. He has made regular appearances on television and other events, which earns him a significant amount. As the NBA Players Association president, he earns a significant amount.
Chris Paul's House and Car
Encino, California: Chris Paul recently paid around $11.1 million for an off-market deal on a house in Encino, California. The structure is a two-story building, with a separate guest house and an attached five-car garage. It spans over more than 12,000 square feet and also includes various features such as a cabana, swimming pool, and a sports court.
Woodland Hills, LA: The Mediterranean-style mansion was put on the market for $2.2 million when Chris Paul shifted from LA. The property that had five bedrooms and six bathrooms was sold at $1.95 million in 2018.
Image source: LA Times
Paul has also sold a Bel-Air mansion in 2017 for $8.7 million and a Calabasas estate in 2018 for $11.05 million.
Chris Paul also has a car collection that includes the Jeep JKU Wrangler Unlimited and a Range Rover. The player also owns a classic 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
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Image source: Dreamworks Motorsports
Chris Paul's Charity
Chris Paul is involved with a lot of charities including the After-School All-Stars, an organization that partners with schools across the US to provide after-school learning programs for low-income children. Other organizations include Aid Still Required, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Girl Up and Make It Right among others.
He also runs the CP3 Foundation, The Chris Paul Family Foundation, which endeavors to influence individuals and families in education, sports, and life. The foundation was started in 2005 in a philanthropic partnership with The Winston-Salem Foundation, honoring Chris' late grandfather.
How much money has Chris Paul made in his career?
Chris Paul has earned close to $261 million over the course of his career.