Kyrie Irving is the most erratic star in the NBA. The drama follows him around no matter what he does, NBA off-seasons are incomplete without at least one Kyrie trade rumor. This has been going on ever since Kyrie left LeBron and the Cavs for The Boston Celtics.
Irving won his only ring with LeBron, ever since then he has continued to compete at a high level but he hasn’t been able to win anything since then.
But, that hasn’t stopped Kyrie from getting his money. Let’s look at his NBA contract, salary details, and endorsement deals.
Kyrie Irving’s NBA career earnings will shock you
Kyrie is currently on a 4-year $136,490,600 deal with the Brooklyn Nets. This deal pays him an average salary of $34,122,650 each season.
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Kyrie Irving Is Eligible for a $248 Million USD Five Year Contract With the Brooklyn Nets https://t.co/tUk3KUzkJv
— HYPEBEAST (@HYPEBEAST) April 28, 2022
Throughout his career, Kyrie has played for the Nets, the Celtics, and the Cavs and has made $194,017,299 in NBA salary alone. But he brings in even more through his signature shoe line with Nike and other endorsements. He is also eligible to sign a ridiculous extension next season. Let’s have a look at his salary over the last 8 years.
Kyrie Irving signature shoe with Nike
Kyrie has a shoe deal with Nike that makes him about $11M every single year. Kyrie has the second best-selling Nike sneaker behind LeBron James. His shoes are widely regarded as the best signature shoes.
— Joe The Analyst (@SheWantMo_Joe) June 27, 2022
Kyrie Irving’s endorsement deals with Pepsi, Skullcandy, 2K Sports, etc.
Kyrie brings in around $20M in endorsements every year. 11 of that is from his Nike deal the rest are through his work with major brands like Pepsi, Skullcandy, and 2K Sports for whom he was the cover athlete in 2018.
— Operation Sports (@OperationSports) August 24, 2017
Irving is worth around $90M and now that he has opted in to play his final year at Brooklyn, he will be eligible for a max contract extension in the neighborhood of $235M. Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Irving knows how to get paid.