Paul George 2021 – Net Worth, Salary, Records, and Endorsements

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Paul George is one of the key players in the Los Angeles Clippers franchise, and here is all about his net worth, salary, records and endorsements

Paul George Facts

Birth PlacePalmdale, California
Father’s NamePaul George Sr.
Mother’s NamePaulette Ann George
Star SignTaurus
CollegeCalifornia State University
Net Worth (2021)$90Million
Salary (2021)$48 Million
Age31
Date of BirthMay 2, 1990
Height (cm)203
Weight (kg)99
NationalityAmerican
NBA Draft Year2010
NBA Draft Pick10th overall
Playing Career2010-present
PositionSmall Forward/ Shooting Guard
TeamsIndiana Pacers (2010-17), Oklahoma City Thunder (2017-19), Los Angeles Clippers (2019-present)
Achievements7x NBA All_Star
Wife/GirlfriendDaniela Rajic (engaged)
ChildrenOlivia and Natasha
Social MediaInstagramTwitter
EndorsementsNew Era, Nike, Gatorade and Foot Locker

Paul George was born on the 2nd of May in 1990. The Los Angeles Clipper’s Small Forward was picked by the Indiana Pacers in the 2010 draft as the 10th overall.

He guided the Pacers to 6 playoffs in 7 seasons, before moving to the Oklahoma City Thunder for two seasons. He currently plies his trade for the Los Angeles Clippers.

Paul George Stats

Final Appearances: Nil

Championship Rings: Nil

Season MVP: Nil

Finals MVP: Nil

All-Stars MVP: Nil

Paul George made his NBA debut on the 27th of October in 2010 against the San Antonio Spurs. He didn’t make much of an impact in the first two seasons, after making his debut. George mostly played in the shooting guard position from 2010-2012.

It was in the 2012-13 that he started making his presence felt. George moved to the small forward position due to Danny Granger missing the majority of the season (following an injury).

George was excellent that season, and helped the Pacers go all the way to the Eastern Conference finals, only to be beaten by Miami Heat. He was named in the All-NBA Third Team that year.

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Paul George (R) joined Kawhi Leonard at the Clippers (Image credit: Getty)

In the next season George continued where he left off. The season was more of an action replay of the 2012-13 season. George once again helped the Pacers move to the Eastern Conference Finals, to be beaten once again by a surging Miami Heat.

Just like in the year 2012-13 he was once again named in the All-NBA Third Team.

2014-15 turned out to be nightmarish for George as he suffered a serious off-season injury that had him sidelined for the majority of the season.

He came back strongly during the 2015-16 season. He helped the Pacers reach yet another playoffs. They lost to Toronto Raptors.

During the 2016-17 season, George had several 30+ point games, and eventually helped the Pacers reach their sixth playoffs in seven years. They would go on to lose their first-round play off matchup against Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 2017-18 season saw Paul George traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.

With the help of George, the Thunder reached the playoffs of the Western Conference that year, but bowed out in the first-round playoffs against Utah Jazz.

The 18-19 season saw George help OKC to yet another playoff spot. But the team failed to get past the first-round as they lost to the Portland Trailblazers.

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Paul George has been great for the Clippers since joining them (Image credit: Getty)

In the 19-20 season George was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers. He had a season to forget. Although, the team made it to the playoffs, George’s dismal performance in the playoffs earned him the nickname ‘Pandemic P’ – in reference to his earlier self-proclaimed nickname ‘Playoff P’.

This year, 2020-21 season, the Clippers have made it to Western Conference Finals, for the first time in their history.

Paul George Injury

Paul George suffered a gruesome leg injury in the year 2014, during a Team USA Basketball Showcase. While going for the defense, George landed awkwardly on the stanchion suffering multiple fractures in the lower leg.

The injury sidelined George for the majority of the 2014-15 NBA season. He returned finally on the 5th of April in 2015, and came back very strongly the next year.

George has had his fair share of hamstring troubles during the course of his career.

And very recently during the 2020-21 season, George revealed that he has suffered through bone edema in his right big toe, which has affected his performance.

Paul George Net Worth and Salary

Paul George has a staggering net worth of $90 million, thanks to his 11-year long NBA career. ‘PG 13’ has an annual salary of approximately $48 million.

On the 10th of December 2020, George signed a contract extension worth $190 million – four years.

Paul George Wife

Paul George is engaged to Daniela Rajic. She is a former stripper and current model. The pair got engaged in the year 2020 and have two daughters together – Olivia born in 2014 and Natasha born in 2017.

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Paul George with partner Daniela Rajic

Rajic who is of Serbian descent was born in New York. She was working as a stripper in one of the most famous strip joints in America – Tootsies. Rajic also has a swimsuit line NUDESWIM, which she co-owns with Sarah Nasser, wife of Patrick Patterson.

Paul George Endorsements

George endorses the popular energy drink Gatorade. He has endorsed the brand since the year 2014.

Other endorsements of George include popular cap brand New Era, and Foot Locker. Besides this George is actively involved in Real Estate. He has several houses across the country.

In 2016, Paul paid a whopping $7.5 million for a house in Hidden Hills, California. He later sold the house in the year 2020 to rapper French Montana.

Paul George Shoes

In January 2017, Nike unveiled Paul George signature shoes. George, thereby became the Nike Basketball’s fourth active signature athlete, and the 21st in the history of the brand.

The first signature shoe launched was named PG1, and the latest version is PG5. The shoes are a collaboration between George and designer Tony Hardman.

The shoe is a true reflection of Paul George’s gaming abilities.

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