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2022-23 SEASON STATS
PTSREBASTBLKSTL
16.26.22.90.51.3
HT/WT6' 7", 224 lbs
DOB07/16/1992 (30)
Salary$37,633,050
CollegeTennessee
Draft2011 - RD 1, PK 19 (CHA)
Exp11th SEASON
HometownIslip, NY
Status
Active
2022-23 SEASON STATS
PTSREBASTBLKSTL
16.26.22.90.51.3
HT/WT6' 7", 224 lbs
DOB07/16/1992 (30)
Salary$37,633,050
CollegeTennessee
Draft2011 - RD 1, PK 19 (CHA)
Exp11th SEASON
HometownIslip, NY
Status
Active

Tobias Harris’ Net Worth in 2021

By JR Malabanan

Tobias Harris has spent his career being one of the most reliable scoring forwards in the league. He is a consistent scorer for every team he has played for. For this article, we will look into Tobias Harris's net worth in 2021 and his incredible journey in the NBA.

Net Worth $30 million
Age 29
Salary $35,995,950 (2021-2022)
Sponsors Beats by Dr Dre, Gatorade, Monster, Ovadia & Sons, Nike, Off-White, Damari Savile
Sports Basketball

Tobias Harris’ Net Worth in 2021 (estimate): $30 Million

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tobias Harris's net worth in 2021 is around $30 million.

The 6'9 forward from Islip, New York was a five-star recruit out of high school.

Tobias Harris was the 2010 Mr. New York Basketball and was named a McDonald’s All-American.

He committed to play for the University of Tennessee, only playing one year of NCAA basketball before declaring for the NBA Draft.

Harris was the 19th overall pick by the Charlotte Bobcats. He was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks where he signed his rookie contract worth $6.8 million for four years.

At the tail-end of his sophomore year, Milwaukee traded Harris to the Orlando Magic for JJ Redick.

Tobias Harris quickly became a key piece for the Orlando Magic as he put up 17.1 points and 6.3 rebounds during the 2014-2015 NBA season.

Due to his performance, Tobias Harris signed a four-year extension with the Orlando Magic worth $64 million before the start of the 2015-2016 season.

However, on February 16, 2016, the Magic traded Harris to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Ersan Ilyasova and Brandon Jennings.

He continued to put up averages north of 18 points per game in Detroit.

A few months after the start 2017-2018 NBA season, Harris was traded yet again. This time to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Blake Griffin.

Tobias Harris played exceptionally well for the Clippers, earning Western Conference Player of the Week and Player of the Month honors during the 2018-2019 NBA season.

On February 6, 2019, Tobias Harris headed to the Philadelphia 76ers after another trade in his career.

Despite all that, Harris re-signed with the Sixers on July 6, 2019, for a five-year extension worth a whopping $180 million. This contract will give him an average salary of $36 million.

After all the moves that he endured throughout his career, Harris didn’t let that faze him as he is still a major contributor for every jersey that he put on.

On January 4, 2021, he was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week. A couple of days later, Harris scored his 10,000th career point during a game against the Washington Wizards.

In his two full seasons with the Sixers, Tobias Harris is averaging 19.6 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 3.3 assists.

According to Spotrac, Harris’ career earnings — including the 2021-2022 season salary — is $171,600,305. And that will go up to $248,503,505 once his current contract expires.

Forbes ranked Tobias Harris at #71 in their list of 2020’s World’s Highest-Paid Athletes.

That type of money is not bad for an NBA journeyman!

With Tobias Harris’ stature as an NBA professional, he naturally has a number of endorsements to add to his portfolio.

One current endorsement is for the Goldfish brand. He endorses this with NBA best friend, Boban Marjanovic.

According to Players Bio, Harris also has endorsement deals with Ovadia & Sons, Nike, Off-White, Damari Savile, among others.

Tobias Harris is also giving back to charity and the less fortunate. He has donated nearly $2 million to different charitable organizations, schools, and various efforts around Philadelphia.

"We need our community, we need our city to be behind us," Harris said. "I want them to also know it's not just what we do on the court, [but] show them there's love that goes right back off the court [by] doing things like this.”

Tobias Harris is outspoken in racial justice issues. He uses his voice and wide platform to help people be knowledgeable about the racial injustices that people are experiencing.

In his 2020 Players’ Tribune article titled “Y’all hear us, but you ain’t listening”, Harris wrote:

“We been in the streets protesting for years about police brutality. But it’s like, Y’all hear us, but you ain’t listening. That’s what’s the most upsetting thing for me. And I know it is for others too, around the world.”

“It seems like nothing is really working to get our voices heard. We have normalized this to the point where it’s common to see videos of people on social media being bashed by officers.”

Tobias Harris will continue to use his platform as a star NBA athlete to preach racial equality, all while preaching buckets to unknowing defenders in the league.

Harris’ path in the league is an epitome of an NBA journeyman gone right story.

And once he hangs up his sneakers, he will surely continue to open up paths to the young aspiring athletes that are aiming to achieve all their goals in life.