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Top 10 richest basketball players

Top10 Richest Basketball Playery 10 Tracy McGrady Carmelo Anthony Dwyane Wade $80 million $80 million $85 million Anthony lacks the jewelry of his fellow 2003 top-five draft picks (even Darko Milicic has a champi- onship ring), but he's doing just fine financially. 'Melo has an Wade used to rock Converse shoes McGrady hardly counts as an NBA player anymore -- his court time this season consisted of just over 30 garbage time playoff minutes with the San Antonio Spurs. But and then switched to Nike Jordan Brand. Last year, he made the bold move of ditching the footwear titan for Chinese brand Li-Ning, which also offered him an equity stake in T-Mac accumulated serious wealth endorsement deal with Nike's Jordan Brand, among others, and his visibility has increased playing from his superstar days with the Orlando Magic and Houston Rock- ets. Plus, as Yao Ming's ex- teammate, he has always been wildly popular in China, where he played last year with the Qingdao the company. Wade has been an advertising fixture, with the for the New York Knicks. T-Mobile "Fave Five" series and recent Gatorade commercial along- side Kevin Durant to his credit. 5 Dirk Nowitzki Vince Carter Ray Allen $90 million $95 million $100 million Despite becoming a role player for the Miami Heat, Allen remains in Nowitzki has no agent and traditionally shies away from endorsements, but he's done well The years of "Vinsanity" have long since passed, but Carter is holding on to his prominent profile from the spotlight thanks to his series-saving and possibly LeBron James-legacy-saving three-pointer in Game 6 of the 2013 Finals. His for himself business-wise. The that era. He earned lucrative con- longtime Dallas Mavericks star is entering the third year of a four-year, $80 million contract. tracts from the Toronto Raptors and New Jersey Nets plus endorsement deals for his endorsement deals are minor, but a 17-year career of high salaries and a starring film credit in Spike Lee's "He Got Game" have boosted high-flying ways. Allen's financial portfolio Tim Duncan LeBron James Kevin Garnett $100 million $130 million $190 million James is only a 10-year veteran, but "The King" is a two-time defending champion and currently occupying his own stratosphere of marketabil- ity. He is endorsed by some of the world's largest corporations, including Nike, McDonald's, Coca- Cola and Samsung.Though James took a slight pay cut to sign with With 18 years under his NBA belt, Garnett is the longest-tenured player on this list. The three-year, $34 million deal he signed with the Boston Celtics in 2012 made him the highest-earning player in NBA history, with contracts totaling over $328 million. "The Big Ticket" should continue to earn his nick- name next year with his new team, the Brooklyn Nets. Like Nowitzki, Duncan has never been one for the advertising world. He's also a regular in the NBA post- season and a 16-year veteran, so the potential marketing dollars don't matter much. Duncan wrapped up a seven-year, $122 million contract in 2010. the Miami Heat in 2010, he still makes around $20 million annually off that contract. Koke Bryant $220 million With a trifecta of longevity, contractual riches and marketing stardom, Bryant is the runaway winner. He signed a seven-year, $136.4 million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2004, surpassing Garnett's six-year, $126 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves as the richest in league history (though not in annual value). Bryant's sponsorship image has recovered fully after his sexual assault case temporarily derailed it. Presented by source by :- Rnbble

Top 10 richest basketball players

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0 comments - We all have wondered as to who among the galaxy for NBA superstars are the richest.Here is a list of 10 richest NAB players, be prepared for some surprises .



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