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$40 Million Net Worth of D'Angelo Russell - $117M Contract in Pocket and Nike Endorsement

aisha Published On Tue Apr 21 2020   Modified On Tue Apr 21 2020
$40 Million Net Worth of D'Angelo Russell - $117M Contract in Pocket and Nike Endorsement

The American professional basketball player, D'Angelo Danté Russell aka D'Angelo Russell holds an immense net worth of $40 million. D'Los' major source of income is from his basketball career, sponsor deal, and endorsement.

Russell was about to get a contract worth $100 million from the Lakers if Kawhi Leonard turned the same offer from them. But later Leonard took the offer by which Russell was unable to get the offer.

Collection of Expensive Cars

Russell has several collections of cars and owns very expensive ones of it. He owns a Rolls-Royce Wraith whose starting price if from $327,000, a Black Ferrari 488 GTB that cost $475,304, and an Audi R8 Vinyl whose price ranges from $3500 to $3800. 

D'Angelo Russell in his white Rolls-Royce Wraith.
D'Angelo Russell in his white Rolls-Royce Wraith.
Image Source: WTFoot

Had A Four Year Contract Worth $117 Million. 

In 2019, Russell signed a four-year contract of $117 million worth with the Warriors as a sign-and-trade with Nets. On July 7, 2019, he was sent to the Warriors as a sign-and-trade package for Kevin Durant. 

D'Angelo Russell playing in Brooklyn Nets jersey.
D'Angelo Russell playing in Brooklyn Nets jersey. 
Image Source: NBA.com

Salary from being a basketball player

In 2017-18 season, Russell received a whopping paycheck of $5.5 million as his salary which helped him secure 177th rank to be on the list of the highest-paid basketball player in the NBA.

Then his salary got increased in another season of 2018-19 where he got $7 million and $9.1 million in the 2019-20 season which was increased by 4.3 percent.

Endorsement Deal With Nike

Russell has signed an endorsement deal with Nike in 2015, which helped him to increase his wealth. Due to his endorsement with Nike, Russell was in the elite list of NBA players who have endorsed that brand with other athletes Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, Draymond Green, and LeBron James.

He also has done paid partnership with H&M Man, a Clothing retail company where he has promoted it through his Instagram posts. Russell posted a picture on his Insta by captioning "A tailored/sporty vibe #HMMan #ad". 

D'Angelo Russell wearing H&M cloth while promoting it.
D'Angelo Russell wearing H&M cloth while promoting it.
Image Source: Instagram

D'Lo also has signed a shoe deal with the future Hall of Famer Dwyane Wade. He will be on-court face of the brand while waring the Wade 8 sneakers during games this season. 

Often Goes To Vacations

After playing several seasons, Russell seems to enjoy his leisure time by going on vacations with his friends to different places. Looking at his Instagram, Russell has gone to Mykonos, Bahamas, Madrid, Malibu, and other places getting a massage, having fun in the yacht, diving in the ocean, and so on. 

D'Angelo Russell on a Yacht with his friends.
D'Angelo Russell on a Yacht with his friends.
Image Source: Instagram

Has 27 Tattoos All Over His Body

With all that money in the bankk, it seems like D'loading is a fan of getting inked as he has got 27 tattoos all over his body. Some of his amazing tattoos are a quote on his chest, Chinese writing on his right bicep, ghost face on the left mid-arm, pyramid eye tattoo, roaring tiger, the face of Mohammad Ali as a tribute, portrait of Bob Marley, and so on. 

D'Angelo Russell standing with a ball with 27 tattoos all over his body.
A picture of D'Angelo Russell who has 27 tattoos all over his body.
Image Source: Pinterest

Fined During Game

On February 23, 2020, while Russell was playing for Minnesota Timberwolves against the Denver Nuggets where he sat out to rest in the first game for having a sore knee. The game was nationally televised on NBA TV, the Timberwolves were seemed to have violated the NBA's policy against resting healthy players. So they fined $25,000 and became the first team to be found since the policy was amended since 2017.

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