How Much Is Chris Paul’s Net Worth?
Chris Paul’s Net Worth is estimated at $160 Million as of November 2023.
The majority of Paul’s wealth is from what he was paid during his career as a professional NBA player. Outside of standard NBA pay structure, he has capitalized on many opportunities from several endorsements to health conscious investments. Chris Paul has definitely established himself as a businessman and entrepreneur which seems to be solidifying his future progression once he decides to leave the NBA.
Chris Paul NBA Salary
His 2020-21 salary was roughly $41.4 million before a reduction for the pandemic, tied for the second-highest in the NBA at that time. In 2021-22, he made $30.8 million.
He is set to make a base salary of $30.8 million for the 2023-24 season with the Golden State Warriors.
Outside of his prolific basketball career, Chris is quite eager to explore lucrative brand deals and sponsorships. He has secured deals with Nike, Beyond Meat, Panini, Spalding, and the wildly popular, State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance.
According to Forbes, Paul earns roughly $8 million per year in endorsements alone.
According to Crunchbase, he currently holds stakes in 17 different companies while having already successfully exiting 3 previous investments. He holds a specific interest in health, wellness, and fitness brands. Paul converted to a vegan plant based diet years ago leading him to invest several companies with a shared plant based vision.
A Few Notable Chris Paul Investments:
- Wicked Kitchen
- The Soccer Tournament
- Bowery Farming
- WatchBox Global
Chris Paul Business Ventures
Chris Paul has recently become a minority owner of the Rajasthan Royals, a team in the Indian Premier League. In his home state of North Carolina, he is a part owner of the Winston-Salem Dash and owns the CP3 Basketball Academy. Additionally, Paul co-founded Go Hoop Day, a global celebration of basketball, and co-hosts The Showdown, a celebrity golf showcase.
Paul also runs his production company, Ohh Dip!!! Productions, which creates content for various platforms. He has served as an executive producer for projects such as: Chapter 3, Crossroads, The Game Changers, Blackballed, Why Not Us: NC Central Men’s Basketball, The Day Sports Stood Still, American Sole, Why Not Us: FAMU Football, PlayersTV’s Front Office, Why Not Us: Southern Dance, and 61. Furthermore, Ohh Dip!!! co-produces Bloomberg Quicktake’s How I Got Here, a weekly one-on-one interview series hosted by Paul.
In addition to his ventures in the sports and entertainment industry, Paul has released his memoir titled Sixty-One: Life Lessons from Papa, On and Off the Court. This powerful and unexpected memoir delves into themes of family, faith, tragedy, and the important lessons learned throughout life.