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Kyrie Irving’s $90 Million Net Worth Stems From Smart Investment in $2.1 Billion Food Brand

Nets guard Kyrie Irving has made a fortune worth $90 million from his skills as a hardwood magician, with investments in sports, electronics and consulting.

Although he may be controversy’s favorite kid, Kyrie Irving has earned a good living throughout his NBA career. The first pick of the 2011 draft, Uncle Drew, is at the box office, thanks to his exceptional ball-handling skills and his ability to finish on the edge.

The former ROTY hit the punches in one of the NBA’s greatest Finals of 2016, helping the Cavaliers come back from a 3-1 deficit. After his stint in Cleveland, Irving garnered more headlines for his off-court antics, with his anti-vaccination stance being the most recent.

During his free agency in the 2019-20 season, Irving signed a 4-year, $136 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets. In his 3 seasons with the Nets so far, the seven-time All-Star has only played 103 of 226 games, even losing $11 million off his contract because of it.

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Nonetheless, the former champion continues to make a bank with his endorsements and investments, leading to an estimated net worth of $90 million.

Kyrie Irving’s 6 best investments.

The Nets guard currently has $36 million on his contract as he enters the final season of his contract. One of the most polarizing figures, Irving’s ability to draw footsteps into arenas is remarkable, making him one of the most marketable actors for big brands.

Noting the same, Irving has made lump sum investments in his career which include many billion dollar industries. The former Cavs superstar has been advocating veganism for a while now, even going so far as to invest in the estimated $2.1 billion company Beyond Meat.

Kai also has a stake in wearable electronics giant Skull Candy, coupled with his returns for the iconic Uncle Drew character he built with cola company Pepsi.

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