Published On: Sat, Aug 26th, 2017

Kobe Bryant Net Worth; How Much Money Do Kobe Bryant Have?

Kobe Bryant Net Worth in 2018: $350 Million

Kobe Bryant is known as one of the best basketball players in the world, he is an American businessman and a retired football player.


He started to play the basketball when he was three years old because his father was also a footballer and now his total net worth is $35 million.

The American retired professional footballer Kobe Bryant was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 23, 1978; his father was a NBA basketball player, he was early interested in soccer.

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He learnt the basketball from his father, after the retirement from Italy, his father with his family came back to United States and he has started to play basketball at the age of 3.

He started his study at Lower Merion High School which is located in Ardmore, he got his national fame through his high school platform, he made many records during these days.

He played as a freshman which is the cause of his popularity as he has become the first freshman who to play for Lower Merion’s varsity team and now he is considered as one of the best players in the world.

He was picked up by NBA in 1996 in a trade, Bryant was hired by the Los Angeles Lakers who acquired him from the Charlotte Hornets.

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He was in overall at no.13 while according to report he got a large amount from the Lakers as it is $323 in his twenty years of career in there and he received one of the highest salary from NBA.

He earned a large amount from endorsement deals as he received $48 million for six years contract with Adidas, he got from Nike about $40–45 million dollars and according to an estimate, Kobe is receiving $16 million from his endorsement deals every year.

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