|Net Worth||$1 billion|
|Age||37 years (December 30, 1984)|
|Spouse||Savannah Brinson (m.2013)|
|Source of Wealth||Professional Basketball Player, Endorsements, Movies, TV Shows, Investments|
|On-court + off-court earnings||$121.2 million|
|Endorsements||Nike, McDonald's, Blaze Pizza, Beats Electronics, Sprite, Upper Deck, State Farm Insurance, Audemars Piguet, Dunkin' Donuts, Samsung, Kia, Verizon, Intel|
|Endorsement Earnings||$55 million (2023)|
|Philanthropy||The LeBron James Family Foundation|
LeBron James is one of the biggest names in the World of Basketball and is widely regarded as one of the best players ever. The 37-year-old American plays in the NBA for the Los Angeles Lakers. He is not only one of the highest-paid basketball players but also one of the highest-paid athletes all around the world. According to Forbes, James is the second highest
- What is Lebron James’ net worth in 2023?
- Lebron James Salary
- Lebron James's earnings via Movies & TV shows
- Other sources of income
- Lebron James House
- Lebron James Cars Collection
- Lebron James Bike Collection
What is Lebron James’ net worth in 2023?
LeBron James' Net Worth in 2023 is estimated to be $1 billion by Forbes. His on-court plus off-court earnings total $121.2 million in 2023. He reportedly earns $55 million in endorsements annually.
Lebron James Salary
LeBron James signed a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018. The contract was for $153 million for four years. He resigned with the Lakers for two years through the 2022-23 season. His contract is worth $85.6 million, with an average salary of $42.8 million. James is up for an extension with the Lakers this season.
Lebron James's earnings via Movies & TV shows
Apart from being a world-famous basketball player, LeBron James is also a movie and TV star. Although we cannot be sure, one can only imagine the lucrative deals which the pro basketball player must have bagged for appearing on the screens.
LeBron James has appeared in several movies and mostly as himself. It includes the 2008 movie More than a Game, The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants(2009) as Square Roots, Trainwreck(2015), and Smallfoot (2018) in which he has done the Voice role for Gwangi. LeBron James' Space Jam 2 a.k.a Space Jam: A New Legacy released in 2021.
LeBron James has also made several appearances on the smaller screen. Here is a list of TV Shows on which James has appeared over the years.
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Other sources of income
LeBron James is one of the highest paid athletes when it comes to endorsements. He earns more than any other NBA player from highly lucrative endorsements deals with Nike, Coca-Cola, Samsung, etc. He has recently signed a lifetime deal with Nike which is estimated to be around $1 billion. The following are all the past and present endorsements of LeBron James:
- Blaze Pizza
- Beats Electronics
- Upper Deck
- State Farm Insurance
- Audemars Piguet
- Dunkin' Donuts
Earning millions is not enough, making wise investments determine if one will retain those millions. Just like several other athletes, even LeBron James has made several big investments with the millions he has earned.
SpringHill Entertainment is a production company co-founded by LeBron and his business partner Maverick Carter. Springfield Entertainment has produced several movies, documentaries, and television shows.
Blaze Pizza was just a pizza start-up when it became LeBron's choice of investment in 2012. LeBron believed so much in Blaze pizza, that he turned down a $15 million extension offer from McDonald’s and went all-in with Blaze Pizza. As of 2020 LeBron owns an equity stake at the company which is approximately worth $40 million.
Well it might surprise you but LeBron owns an equity stake in a soccer team. And mind you, it's not just any soccer team. It is Liverpool F.C., one of the biggest names in English football. While it has always been LeBron’s dream to own an NBA team, LeBron brought a 2% stake in Liverpool F.C. from the club’s majority owners, the Fenway Sports Group (who are also the owners of the Red Sox) in 2011. With Liverpool winning the UEFA Champions League tournament in 2019 LeBron’s stake is worth at least $40 million.
James is an angel investor in the tequila and mezcal company Lobos 1707.
Lebron James House
LeBeron James brought his new 15,836 square-foot humongous house , in 2017. The LeBron James mansion is in LA as LeBron plays for the LA Lakers. The mansion has eight bedrooms, a huge walk-in closet, 11 bathrooms and a private patio. Fans get to see LeBron James' house in his Instagram videos. Apart from his LA home, James also owns another property in Brentwood.
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Lebron James Cars Collection
LeBron James owns luxurious cars from all top car manufacturing companies including Chevrolet, Bentley, Dodge, Ferrari, Kia, Lamborghini, Mercedez, Mayback, Porsche and Rolls Royce. LeBron James' car collection is huge. But he didn't buy all of them as many were given to him by sponsors. James' car collection is worth millions of U.S. dollars. Some of the cars owned by LeBron James are:
- 1975 Chevy Impala
- Bentley Continental GT
- 2010 Chevy Camaro SS
- Dodge Challenger SRT
- Ferrari 599
- Ferrari F430 Spider
- Ferrari 458 Spider
- 2015 Kia K900
- Lamborghini Aventador Roadster
- Mercedes-Benz Maybach 57 S
- 2018 Maybach S650
- Porsche 911 Turbo S
- Rolls-Royce Phantom
Lebron James Bike Collection
LeBron James is not known to own any motorcycles. But you never know he might have a few in his automobile collection and if he does, one can only expect them to be the best of the best.
Although being a Multimillionaire NBA Superstar, LeBron James didn't forget his roots and his values. LeBron James is a very generous philanthropist and has set up the LeBron James Family Foundation which has made several big donations and sponsorship in the past.
Some of the biggest donations made by LeBron James' charity are :
- After-school All Stars which is aimed at helping children who are at risk.
- Mohammed Ali: A force for change which is an exhibit at Smithsonian National Museum honoring Mohammed Ali.
- Boys and Girls Club of America to help all children get equal opportunity.
- Children's Defence Fund which was started in 1973 to make sure all children are treated equally.
- ONEXONE which also supports children.
- The I Promise School
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