Giannis Antetokounmpo salary: How much is he earning from his current NBA contract with Milwaukee Bucks?


Giannis Antetokounmpo salary: How much is he earning from his current NBA contract with Milwaukee Bucks?

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Giannis Antetokounmpo, the standout player for the Milwaukee Bucks, is working hard to add a third MVP trophy to his collection this season. The youthful superstar is also producing some of the best basketball the NBA has ever seen at the same time. In a recent game against the Wizards, he set a career-high with 55 points, and he keeps getting better. A player of his quality would have definitely required a significant investment from the Bucks.

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With the Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo agreed to a five-year, $228,200,420 contract that included $228,200,420 in guaranteed payments and an average annual salary of $45,640,084. Antetokounmpo will have a base salary of $42,492,492 in 2022–2023, as well as a cap hit and dead cap value of that same amount.

YearAgeYearly CashGuaranteed
2021-2227$39,344,900 ($39,344,900)$39,344,900
2022-23  28$42,492,492($81,837,392)$42,492,492
2023-24  29$45,640,084 ($127,477,476)$45,640,084
2024-25  30$48,787,676 ($176,265,152)$48,787,676
2025-26  31$51,935,268 ($228,200,420)$51,935,268
End of Contract32($228,200,420)($228,200,420)

The largest contract extension in NBA history is said to be Giannis’ supermax, while some significant recent contract extensions are also in the “top 5.” This includes the supermax contract that Russell Westbrook signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2017. The list also includes Steph Curry’s $201 million contract agreement with the Warriors from the same year.

In addition, Giannis Antetokounmpo is now the second-highest earner in the league and his supermax agreement is the largest in NBA history. Damian Lillard’s six-year earnings have reached a staggering $257 million thanks to his 2019 deal with the Portland Trailblazers. On the other side, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who will make $255.6 million over the course of six years, is second on the list.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo’s earnings from endorsements

Giannis Antetokounmpo
Giannis Antetokounmpo

The largest brand arrangement Antetokounmpo has signed, out of many sponsorship and endorsement contracts is with Nike. Nike began supporting the “Greek Freak” in 2016 with a $20,000 per year sponsorship arrangement; following his great 2017 season performance, the deal was increased to about $10 million per year.

According to Forbes, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Come Ready Foods LLC, Gr. Sarantis S.A., Greek From Greece Cafe Cuisine, Mytilineos S.A., and TCL are other sponsors of Antetokounmpo (Technology Group Corp). He presently serves as the spokesperson for T-Mobile, JBL, Hulu, Tissot, Kronos Foods, and 2k Sports.

Together with seasoned American football player Aaron Donald, Antetokounmpo founded Ready Nutrition to provide protein bars, sports beverages, and snacks. Antetokounmpo also owns ownership in the Milwaukee Brewers, a Milwaukee-based MLB team.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo has lots of time to raise his net worth since he is only 28 years old. It’s safe to assume that after his present sponsorship contracts expire, he may earn higher salaries in the future.


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