Ingram net worth
#14 | SF | NEW ORLEANS PELICANS
|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
From a promising young NBA prospect to being one of the leading players in his team. The lanky forward has come a long way since his rookie year. But, for now, we’re gonna focus on Brandon Ingram’s net worth in 2021.
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Sponsors||Adidas, VistaPrint Masks, Now and Later Candy, biPro USA, and BLK Water|
Wealthy Gorilla estimates Ingram’s net worth at $12 million.
Brandon Ingram is still climbing up the NBA hierarchy as one of the best small forwards in today’s game. He has surely shown the vast improvements he made in his five years of being a professional.
The Kinston, North Carolina native was selected as the 2nd overall pick of the 2016 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers where he signed a four-year deal worth $23.8 million.
He was a vital part of the Lakers young core that was touted to be the future of the franchise.
His first two years in the league were impressive, especially his sophomore season where he made a big jump in his overall production.
In his third year with the Lakers, Ingram had the opportunity to learn from one of the very best to ever grace the NBA floor when the team signed LeBron James in free agency.
However, the Lakers suffered a series of injuries and suspensions that caused them to miss the playoffs that year. For Ingram, he received a four-game suspension early in the season due to a fight against the Houston Rockets. He was then ruled out for the season in March when he was diagnosed with deep vein thrombosis in his arm.
In the 2019 offseason, the Lakers made a blockbuster trade sending Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, and Brandon Ingram to the New Orleans Pelicans for Anthony Davis.
Ingram made a major stride with the Pelicans as he finished the season averaging 23.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 4.2 assists per game. Due to his exemplary performance throughout the season, he was named the 2020 NBA Most Improved Player and he was also named as a first-time NBA All-Star.
During the 2020 offseason, the Pelicans and Ingram agreed on a lucrative five-year, $158 million contract extension. With this deal, he is slated to have an average salary of $31,650,600 according to Spotrac.
Along with the collective salary he has earned in his five years in the NBA, Ingram was also signed as an Adidas athlete during his rookie season that will grant him $2 million annually.
Additionally, Ingram also endorses a lot of brands, namely VistaPrint Masks, Now and Later Candy, biPro USA, and BLK Water.
Brandon is collectively earning around $5 - $8 million in his endorsements and advertisements alone.
Brandon Ingram donated 982 pairs of shoes to UNC Lenoir Health Care workers in his hometown of Kinston, North Carolina last July 2020.
“Brandon and the entire Ingram family believe in giving back to the community, and our local hospital means so much to us, and never more than at this critical time.” Ingram’s father and director of the Ingram Family Foundation Donald Ingram said. “There is a high likelihood of some really tired feet at our hospital that could benefit from an extra dose of Adidas comfort and support.”
Ingram has also donated a lot of bags, books, and shoes to underprivileged children in his hometown. He has partnered with brands like Adidas, American Eagle, Local Walgreen, and Staples Store to support this effort.
With his current big-money contract and his inevitable rise into NBA stardom, it is safe to say that Brandon Ingram’s net worth will shoot up to the sky once his career is said and done.
For now, we can expect him to continuously improve as he looks to lead the young Pelicans squad to the NBA Playoffs.