Lebron James Net Worth: Wife Savannah Brinson Gets Luxurious Gift
LeBron James is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world of basketball with an estimated net worth $200 million. With this amount of dough it’s no wonder he can afford to shower Mrs. James with love, or should we say car?Advertisement
Because of his enormous income, he is capable of giving his wife, Savannah Brinson a Ferrari on her birthday. According to Terezowens, the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar recently gave his better half an unexpected birthday party and afterwards surprised her more with a brand new luxury car.
Brinson was pleasantly surprised by the gleaming white Italian Stallion given to her by James. As a reward for being a generous and loving husband, King James got a hug and a smooch from the obviously excited wife, who was ecstatic to take the Ferrari for a ride.
Interestingly, the purchase won’t even make a dent on James’ bank account. A quick look at his income and its no wonder a birthday gift this luxurious is a piece of cake, pun intended. This is also the reason why so many promising young athletes are gunning for a career in the NBA.
According to Earn The Necklace, his annual salary is $23.5 million and his endorsements and sponsorship deals give him $5.2 million. His film projects and off-the-court works are also earning him $127.7 million. James is expected to cross the billion dollar mark soon, as he is still expected to earn huge deals in the coming years.
James started playing professional basketball back in 2003. How he ended his high school with an amazing basketball career should have been a hint on how talented the Cavs player is. He was selected first overall in the 2003 NBA draft.
After a career in the NBA of over more a decade, he still is the king of the courts. His 13-year long career has been remarkable that his age was not even considered a hindrance by Nike when he was offered the deal.
The Cavaliers’ small forward’s career has been blessed with various awards and recognitions having been NBA Finals MVP in 2012, 2013 and 2016. The father of three also became the NBA Most Valuable Player in 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013.
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