Lonzo Ball Net Worth

NameLonzo Anderson Ball
Net WorthApproximately $12 million
Age24 years (born October 27, 1997)
Marital StatusUnmarried
Source of WealthProfessional Basketball, Endorsements, Investments
EndorsementsBig Baller Brand, Marvel, Footlocker, C4 Energy

Born on October 27, 1997, Lonzo Anderson Ball is an American professional basketball player who plays as a point guard for the Chicago Bulls. The 6’6 point guard is a great defensive player and a great passer. He played his high school basketball for Chino Hills and won the Gatorade National Player of the Year in his senior year. His college career was a continuation of his high school success as he finished his only college season picking up the National Freshman of the Year Award. He was drafted second overall by the LA Lakers in 2017 but was traded in 2019 to the New Orleans Pelicans. He enjoyed decent seasons in Louisiana and then signed for the Chicago Bulls in the 2021 offseason.

What is Lonzo Ball's Net Worth in 2022?

As of 2021, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Lonzo Ball’'s net worth is estimated to be around $12 million.

Lonzo Ball's Salary

During the 2020-2021 NBA Season, Lonzo earned $11,003,782. In the 2021 offseason, he signed with the Chicago Bulls as a free agent. The contract he signed was worth $80 million for four years. During the 2021-2022 NBA Season, Lonzo will earn $18,604,651.

Lonzo Ball's Endorsements

Lonzo Ball has been seen in many commercials. He currently endorses Marvel, Footlocker, C4 Energy. He has previously endorsed Big Baller Brand and also had a share in the brand. In 2019, he cut ties with BBB after Alan Foster had fraudulently taken Zo’s invested money.

Lonzo Ball's Investments

Unlike most athletes in the past, Lonzo is financially wise and invests his savings from his NBA Contract. In 2021, Lonzo invested in sports broadcasting network, Overtime, and in catering marketplace startup, Hungry.

Lonzo Ball's Other Sources of Income

The Ball Family had their own reality show, “Ball in the Family” in which Lonzo was a main feature. The show was six seasons long with 116 episodes. He earned money for every appearance.

Lonzo Ball's House and Car


Chino Hills, California: In 2017, Lonzo purchased a $5.2 million mansion in Chino Hills, California. Built in 2005, the home has 13,800 square feet of interior space that includes a formal entry, game and media rooms, a chef’s kitchen, a gym, eight bedrooms and 8.75 bathrooms. There are front and rear staircases as well as a wood-paneled elevator. The gated estate sits on more than 3 acres of grounds with a fenced swimming pool and a separate, 1,200-square-foot guesthouse.


Lonzo drives a Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and a ​​Mercedes G63.

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