Date of Birth:
1st of June, 1985
Source of wealth:
Nick Young net worth: $8 million.
A professional American basketball player, Nick Young has become widely known for playing for the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers. Born in 1985 in the family of a politician, Nick was quite successful in basketball from high school and strengthened this success during his professional career. According to different sources, the current net worth of Nick Young is estimated at around $8 million and the incomes of the sportsman only keep growing. So what pushed him to pursue the career in sport?
Source of wealth: basketball
Nick showed his basketball talent when he was a high school student playing for his school team. Then the boy played for Southern California University team where he received a nickname Swaggy P under which became famous. After graduation Young made a decision to keep playing and build his professional career in sport. And as during his studies he received many awards and honors, the sportsman was included on the list of top new recruits. Thus, Nick Young incomes started significantly growing.
Nick Young signed a 4-year contract with Los Angeles Lakers which in total costs $21, 3 million. Thus, the basketball player is guaranteed to receive around $4 million of income per year and also extra bonuses if his work is really worth that. Of course, the total net worth of Nick Young is not that high in comparison to other basketball stars – however, such salary makes him quite rich. Nick can boast with Tarzana Villa in California which is estimated at $3, 5 million and also 1962 Chevy Impala for $100 000.
Source of wealth: endorsements
Now the star earns his salary being a member of Los Angeles Lakers. Nick also makes money from endorsement deals advertising different popular sport brands. For instance, he promotes Adidas, Nike and other companies which bring him additional incomes. However, the exact number is still not known.
Nick Young Salary
The sportsman earns approximately:
- $5 million annually,
- $417 000 per month,
- $105 000 weekly,
- $15 000 a day.