Paul George Net worth 2020: The Clippers star is one of the highest-paid players in the NBA. Here we look at his net worth for 2020.
The 6-time All-Star is one of the best defensive players in the league. He led the league in steals last season. George forced a trade to the Los Angeles Clippers in 2019 to join fellow All-NBA player Kawhi Leonard and form one of the NBA’s best duos. But what is George’s net worth for 2020?
Paul George net worth 2020
According to Forbes, his current earnings for this year is $32.8 million. Out of which $24.8 million is his salary and the other $8 million is from his endorsements and sponsorships.
The All-star is the highest-paid Clippers player just edging out Kawhi Leonard. He is the 38th highest-paid athlete in the world and the 10th highest-paid player in the NBA.
☑️Six-Time NBA All-Star
☑️Olympic Gold Medalist
☑️All-NBA First Team
☑️Signature Shoe Deal
☑️Forbes 30 Under 30
Congrats to @Yg_Trece on all his accomplishments thus far and the many more to come #ForbesUnder30 pic.twitter.com/kXtaAjNM69
— CAA Basketball (@CAA_Basketball) December 4, 2019
In 2018, he signed a four-year, $137 million extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder, who he joined after a trade from Indiana the prior year.
His salary can rise to $33 million including bonuses and he will earn $35 million in the 2020-21 season.
According to Celebrity net worth, George’s net worth is $80 million.
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Paul George’s endorsements and sponsorship deals
George’s YouTube channel has more than 60,000 subscribers. He also has an endorsement deal with the brand.
He has his line of signature shoes with Nike called PG1, the first was released in 2017 by the company.
— Paul George (@Yg_Trece) November 22, 2019
George was also on the cover of NBA 2K17.
He also has other sponsorship deals with AT&T, New Era, Bass Pro Shops, Foot Locker, and Gatorade.
Despite being one of the best players in the NBA. George has never held the Larry O’Brien trophy. This time around he has a great chance with the Clippers. Teaming with Kawhi Leonard making one of the deadliest duos in the league. The Clippers are currently in second place in the western conference ahead of the restart in the NBA Bubble on 30th July.