Paul George Net Worth

How much is Paul George Worth?

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Paul George net worth:
$20 Million

Paul George's Salary

$15.9 Million

Paul George net worth and salary: Paul George is an American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Paul George was born in Palmdale, California, and grew up in a family of basketball players. His siblings both played basketball at the collegiate level, and he practiced with them throughout his school years. It wasn't until high school that he began playing basketball on a team. He was moved to varsity play part way through his sophomore year. By the time he reached his senior year, he'd already caught the eye of multiple recruiters. He went on to win numerous sports honors his senior year, and then chose to enroll at California State University – Fresno. He quickly made a name for himself playing for Fresno, and was chosen as one of Sports Illustrated's "Top 16 Most Entertaining Players in College Basketball". He chose to enter the 2010 NBA draft and subsequently signed with the Indiana Pacers. Since joining the team, he has been a 2-time NBA All-Star selection and an All-NBA Third Team selection, among other honors. By making the Third Team All NBA in 2014, Paul George earned a reported $7 million bonus from the Pacers. This bonus comes after Paul put up some impressive postseason numbers, scoring an average of 22.6 points per games with 7.6 rebounds.

Paul George Net Worth

Paul George

Basketball player
Date of Birth
May 2, 1990 (26 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
220 lbs (99.8 kg)
保罗·乔治, Джордж, Пол

Paul George Earnings

  • Indiana Pacers (2012-13)
  • Indiana Pacers (2011-12)
  • Indiana Pacers (2010-11)
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