American professional basketball player, Andre Tyler Iguodala professionally known as Andre Iguodala has a huge net worth of $55 million. He earns a salary of $12.3 million per year from his career as a basketball player.
Iguodala had a six years contract with the Philadelphia 76ers worth $80,500,000 in 2008. Then in 2013, he signed a four-year contract with Golden State Warriors of $48 million.
In 2004, Iguodala had his first contract with Philadelphia 76ers worth $8.9 million for four years. Then his contract extended as he got a huge deal of $80 million with Philadelphia 76ers (Sixers) for six years. Then in 2012, he signed a $14.9 million worth contract with Denver Nuggets for over five years.
After one year of signing the contract with Denver Nuggets in 2013, Iguodala then signed his first contract with Golden State Warriors worth $48 million for four years. At the ending of his contract in 2017, he again signed a deal of $48 million with the Warriors for another three years.
Iguodala bought a house worth $1.05 million in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles in 2009, while the house was made in 2007. The house is on 4,000 square feet of space with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen with mosaic tile floors, a patio. garage, and so on. In 2016, he put his home in the sale at $1.75 million by making some profit for him.
Then in September 2017, Andre Tyler Iguodala purchased a new house in Lafayette, California worth $3.6 million. The house is in 5,715-square-foot of land that was built in 2004, which includes three bedrooms, four bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, dining room, a pool, spa, garden, basketball court, and others.
Iguodala has a diverse collection of cars where he has spent a total of $3.2 million in it. Among the collection, some of the cars that he drives are Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII that cost around $38,995, a Chevrolet Corvette worth $66,400, Mercedes-Benz which can cost up to $84,900, an Audi that cost $37,400, a BMW M3 G-Power worth $328,260, and a Ferrari that cost $272,700.
Iguodala was able to raise a huge money of $170 million for the Series C of Casper, a global sleep company in 2017. He along with other celebrities like Kevin Spacey, Carmelo Anthony, Kyrie Irving, Shaun White, and others also has raised money for the company.
In 2016, Iguodala raised $8.5 million for the Series A of Thrive Global and Seed Round of SuperPhone, a technology company.
On March 13, 2017, when Andre Tyler Iguodala was in a match with Minnesota Timberwolves, he was fined $10,000 by the NBA. The day was lost for the Warriors' while Iguodala was found using intemperate language in the interview.
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