Lonzo Ball Net Worth,wiki,earnings,salary,Awards

Lonzo Ball Net Worth,wiki,earnings,salary,Awards

Facts of Lonzo Ball Net Worth,wiki,earnings,salary,Awards

Net worth14 million
Date of Birth:1997 October 27
First NameLonzo Anderson
Last NameBall
Age:26 years old

Lonzo Aderson Ball is An American professional basketball player he played school basketball with the UCLA Bruins for one season and player for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. He broke the UCLA record for most assists in a season and led the nation in assists.  His has estimated the net worth of $14 million.

Lonzo Ball’s Net Worth and Salary

Lonzo Ball is a professional basketball player by his profession. He plays for Los Angeles  Lakers of the National Basketball Association who has a net worth of $14 million.

The Ball’s have affected on and went concerning making and marketing Lonzo’s first shoe the ZO2’s. though it's unclear how much they’ve sold in total, reports say that the shoes created $150,000 on the primary day alone.

Using the NBA’s rookie pay scale, we are able to see that the #2 overall pick makes just below $4.5 million in their 1st year. The second-year Ball is scheduled to make about $200,000 more than his 1st season and in year three it’ll be $4,797,600. If Lonzo is as good as Laver is saying the fourth and fifth years of the contracts are options. If he’ll be, then he’ll likely have signed a much more profitable contract by then.

The Ball’s haven’t clearly said what quantity the BBB brand has made but Lavar believes his business is worth north of $1 Billion. Since this price vary is vague, we’ll simply use the number from is likely rookie contract; that should be around just below $14 million.

Lonzo Ball releases first signature shoe from Big Baller Brand, costs $495

Lonzo Balls mansion in Chino Hills  

Lonzo Ball has bought a mansion in Chino Hills for $5.2 million.

Personal life of Lonzo Ball

Lonzo Anderson Ball was born on October 27, 1997. He is an American professional basketball player. He plays for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for one season with the UCLA Bruins, earning agreement first-team All-American honors before the Lakers selected him.

 His two brothers, Liangelo and LaMelo, have also verbally committed to taking part in school basketball for UCLA, though neither player would be a part of their regular season rosters. LiAngelo started as a freshman at UCLA in the fall of 2017, but thanks to his suspension relating to a crime in China earlier on, he left on Dec 4, 2017.Both would end up signing with the Vytautas Prienai–Birštonas of the Lithuanian basketball league on Dec eleven, 2017, with the brothers planning on making their professional debuts in Jan 2018.

In August 2017, Ball and his family premiered in their Facebook Watch reality show, Ball in the Family.In September 2017, Ball released his first rap single, "Melo Ball 1", a lyric poem to his youngest brother, LaMelo. The following month, Ball released another rap single titled "Super Saiyan", that is a nod to the anime and manga series Dragon Ball Z. In the track, he compares himself to Goku, the main protagonist of DBZ.


Awards of Lonzo Ball

·         Associated Press first-team All-American (2017)

·         USBWA first-team All-American (2017)

·         NABC first-team All-American (2017)

·         Sporting News first-team All-American (2017)

·         First-team All-Pac-12 (2017)

·         Wayman Tisdale Award (2017)

·         Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2017)

·         Pac-12 All-Freshman team (2017)

·         Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Defensive Team

Ball making a pass at the 2016 McDonald's All-American game

·         Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2016)

·         Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year (2016)

·         USA Today Player of the Year (2016)

·         Mr. Basketball USA (2016)

·         McDonald's All-American (2016)

·         Ballislife All-American (2016)

·         Ballislife All-American Game MVP (2016)

·         California Mr. Basketball (2016)

·         Los Angeles Times Player of the Year (2016)


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