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LaMarcus Aldridge Net Worth: How Much Does The NBA Player Make in A Year?

LaMarcus Aldridge
The basketball player announced his retirement at the age of 35.

Basketball is among the most celebrated games in the history of outdoor games. The United States has produced one of the finest players of all time, like Tim Duncan, Larry Bird, Bill Russell, Michael Jordan, and LeBron James, to name a few. This game is widely viewed in The States. Over 200 nations compete against each other to become the basketball champions. This is viewed by over 300 million people in the States alone. The popularity of this game is unimaginable.

People of all age groups are crazily in love with basketball. It is a game that shows the true spirit of teamwork and dedication. There is a dominance of minorities in the American basketball’s official team, with about 53% individuals. Still, each and every player and team member is equally treated regardless of caste, creed, color, and religion. As a symbol of unity and harmony, basketball holds an important place in the hearts of the people there.

LaMarcus Aldridge

7 time NBA All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge

Over the years, we have witnessed dozens of legends being born in this game, that too from The States alone. One such legend is Chicago Bulls’ LaMarcus Aldridge. One of the finest players of basketball, LaMarcus hails from Dallas, Texas. He is an American professional basketball player. He was selected second in the 2006 NBA draft. LaMarcus has been one of the best professional players, playing for Chicago Bulls. He was selected to five All-NBA teams. Unfortunately, he announced his retirement from the game on April 15, 2021, due to health issues.

Professional life and his love for Basketball

Since High School, LaMarcus was a lover of basketball. He became a second-team Parade All-American in High School and Class 4A Player of the Year under the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. Aldridge was listed as the no. 16 players in the nation in 2004. LaMarcus also declared for the 2004 NBA draft, but he withdrew his name, ultimately. He ignored the idea of entering the pro ranks directly from high school and attended the University of Texas at Austin to evaluate his NBA prospects. Later in their second year, he left college to enter the 2006 NBA draft.

In college, he played for two seasons with the Texas Longhorns. Due to his off-season shoulder surgery, he missed the first seven games of the 2006–07 NBA season. Although, he came back in place of his fellow rookie teammate. The seven-time NBA All-Star, LaMarcus, made an immediate impact. He made an effective impact on offense. From 2006 to 2015, he was a part of the Portland Trail Blazers.

aldridge with portland

Aldridge spent nine years with Portland Trails Blazers.

In 2015, he signed in with San Antonio Spurs for four years. He got the number 12 jersey, although it belonged to the retired Bruce Bowen. In 2017, he was ruled out due to an occurrence of a minor heart arrhythmia. In 2019, he became the first player in the NBA to score 18,000 since 2006. Due to various injuries, he again missed eight of San Antonio’s final 11 games before the NBA All-Star break. Although in March 2021, Aldridge signed with the Brooklyn Nets a contract, he announced his retirement on 15th April 2021 due to health reasons.

LaMarcus Aldridge’s Net Worth

He was a part of the Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs, and Brooklyn Nets. In October 2009, Aldridge signed a $65 million contract for five years with Portland. He has endorsement deals with companies like Panini, HE Butt Grocery, Nike, to name a few. Likewise, an $80 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs was signed in 2015. His residence is in Newport Coast, Newport Beach, California, along with a luxurious mansion, whose value is estimated to be around $7 million.

LaMarcus is the second best-paid player on the San Antonio Spurs roster, with a net worth of about $40 million. His salary for the season 2018-19 was $22,347,015.

LaMarcus Aldridge: A Background Check

Aldridge was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, a heart ailment, in the year 2017. Due to this, he missed the rest of the 2006–07 regular season. In the later years, he again underwent surgery to cure his heart condition.  Apart from basketball, LaMarcus appeared in two episodes of Portlandia: season 2. There he took part in the 10th anniversary of the bookstore ‘Women and Women First’ with Penny Marshall.

Aldridge's retirement

Aldridge was selected by Chicago Bulls in 2006

Widely known for his signature fadeaway jump shot, Aldridge has a son with his ex-wife, who was born in 2009. His second son was born in 2011.

Also Read: 20 Kobe Bryant Quotes About Life To Inspire You

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