Andrew Bynum net worth is $45 million
Date of Birth: 27 October, 1987 (Age: 28)
Place of Birth: Plainsboro, New Jersey, USA
Source of wealth: sport, endorsement
Andrew Bynum is a talented upcoming basketball star, who career started not long ago and is moving rapidly up, while signing many contracts with world famous teams. This brings not only fame, but also money. So,
How much is Andrew Bynum worth?
This successful man may boast with $45,000,000 material state; however, it cannot be predicted, because his cost is growing together with his level of playing and it is supposed he is going to receive much bigger amount of money in the next few years, becoming one of the most demanded basketball player not only in USA, but in the world.
But what were the initial steps in sport and life?
Born in Plainsboro, he was moving a house too quickly to study theoretical pat of science at one place. Finally, he finished St Joseph High School, where also was also showing the interest in sport after school activities, especially in basketball.
After that entered the University of Connecticut, where played for local team, but soon dropped that idea and went to NBA. The ‘home’ first team was Los Angeles Lakers, where he played most of the time till the last period of time, when the sport groups were changing nearly each passing year.
Source of Wealth
Basketball: playing for Lakers in 2012-2013 brought him $16,900,000 state. Besides, the list can be added with Cleveland Cavaliers, the contract with which was signed in July 2013 for 2 years, priced as $24,790,000; with Indiana Pacers the deal was made in February 2014 for one year and cost $1,000,000.
The 2009 was quite unlucky for Andrew, when he harmed the knee and had a long recovery, more than it was expected. That was the reason player missed some season due to obvious consequences.
Endorsement: being a face for some sport famous companies earned him $250,000.
What property Andrew Bynum owns?
House: he owns a house in Westchester, California.
Cars: he has a great car collection:
Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
Nissan GT-R R35