Chris Paul has had a very decorated NBA career. Throughout his 17-year career CP3 has made the Playoffs a total of 14 times with 8 conference semifinals, 2 conference finals, and 1 NBA finals appearance. Paul has done it all except win an NBA championship. But, don’t let that take away from everything Paul has achieved throughout the years. Let’s have a look at CP3’s accomplishments.
- Rookie Of The Year
- 12x All-Star
- 4x All-NBA 1st Team
- 5x All-NBA 2nd Team
- 2x All-NBA 3rd Team
- All-Rookie 1st Team
To add to his ridiculous resume Paul is also 3rd All-time in career assists. Chris Paul is one of the greatest facilitators of all time and we’re not just talking about facilitating on the court. Today, we’ll have a look at how much money he has made through NBA contracts, salaries, and endorsements.
Chris Paul is still making around $30M in salary at 37
CP3’s last 3 NBA contracts have been worth $110M+. He has made $326,408,075 from his NBA salary alone. At 36 he signed a 4-year $120,000,000M contract to return to the Phoenix Suns, this nets him an average salary of $30,000,000M per season. Let’s have a look at his NBA salary over the years.
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— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) August 4, 2021
All of these crazy figures only tell us the amount of money he makes from playing in the NBA. Let’s have a look at his endorsement deals.
Chris Paul’s endorsement deal with Air Jordan
Chris Paul has been a Jordan Athlete for 15 years now. He makes around $5M-8M each year just from his shoe deal. Over these 15 years, CP3 has released over a dozen signature shoes under the Jordan brand. Before Air Jordan, Paul was a Nike athlete making about $500,000 per year.
— Complex Sneakers (@ComplexSneakers) February 17, 2022
CP’s partnership with Spalding, Walt Disney, Panini, Tissot, and State Farm
Chris Paul has endorsements with international brands like Spalding, Walt Disney, Tissot, State Farm, and Panini. He is actively working with Walt Disney on a Biopic. Paul has been on more than 10 state farm commercials over the years, some even called him the face of State Farm during his stint with the Clippers. He is a member of Spalding’s “Honor the Game” campaign and he works with Panini on their trading cards and autographed merchandise.
— Tariq Ahmad (@tariq_ahmad) December 14, 2016
CP3 might not have won a ring yet, but with the team that has been built around him, his chances at an NBA title are as high as they have ever been. It’ll be interesting to see what Devin Booker, Chris Paul, and the Phoenix Suns have in store for us next season.