The average NBA player dreams about playing 15 years in the league and if someone is lucky enough to play for 15 years, he's probably contemplating retirement. Not LeBron James. For King James, it seems the aging clock has stopped and been sent in reverse, just like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
LeBron just had an MVP caliber season and while many haters are saying James is taking PED's — LeBron's close friend and business manager, Maverick Carter, gives clear evidence that the future Hall of Famer makes a steep annual investment that helps keep him in tip-top shape.
LeBron is athletic as ever. Here's a clip of his monster throw-down on Brooklyn this Sunday. He finished the game with 37 points.
That honestly doesn't seem like a lot of money when accounting for all those things listed. James is currently earning $33.29 million he’s earning this year. That number will be even higher next season when he signs a new contract.
Love him or hate him, Bron is a money-making machine. The self-proclaimed king of basketball has a net worth of around $400 million and rakes in an astounding $70 million annually off his NBA contract and various endorsement and product deals. LeBron has been involved with many good business deals recently, so it’s safe to say his wealth will continue to grow.