Unsurprisingly, Michael Jordan tops the list of the biggest NBA sneaker deals for the past fiscal year ending in May 2019, according to Forbes magazine. The Charlotte Hornets owner earned a whopping $130 million through sneaker money, while LeBron James at No. 2 made a big check of $32 million through Nike.
Rounding out the ten five is Kevin Durant ($26 million), Stephen Curry ($20 million), Kobe Bryant ($16 million), James Harden ($14 million), Zion Williamson ($13 million), Dwyane Wade ($12 million), Russell Westbrook ($12 million), and Kyrie Irving ($11 million).
Derrick Rose also made the cut at No. 11 with $11 million, followed by Damian Lillard ( $10 million) and Klay Thompson ($9 million).
These are the 14 biggest NBA sneaker deals of 2019
- Michael Jordan (Jordan): $130 million
- LeBron James (Nike): $32 million
- Kevin Durant (Nike): $26 million
- Stephen Curry (Under Armour): $20 million
- Kobe Bryant (Nike): $16 million
- James Harden (Adidas): $14 million
- Zion Williamson (Jordan): $13 million
- Dwyane Wade (Li-Ning): $12 million
- Russell Westbrook (Jordan): $12 million
- Kyrie Irving (Nike): $11 million
- Derrick Rose (Adidas): $11 million
- Giannis Antetokounmpo (Nike): $10 million
- Damian Lillard (Adidas): $10 million
- Klay Thompson (Anta): $9 million