LeBron James is an American professional basketball player. Lebron James currently plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is also regarded as one of the greatest of NBA players of All Time.
- Birthday: December 30, 1984 (age 33 years)
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: African-American
- Profession: Basketball Player
LeBron James Family- Parents, Wife & Children
LeBron James is married to his girlfriend Savannah Brinson since 2013 September 14. Sharing the strong chemistry of love, James and Brinson together have three children named Bryce Maximus James, and LeBron James Jr., Zhuri James.
The duo now lives blissfully in Coconut Grove with their kids.
- Parents: Anthony McClelland and Gloria Marie James
- Wife: Savannah Brinson
- Children: LeBron James Jr. (alias Bronny), Bryan Maximus, Zhuri
- Marital status: Married
James completed his high school education from St. Vincent-St. Mary High School, a predominantly white private Catholic school.
Lebron James was born to Anthony McClelland and Gloria Marie James with the name of Lebron Raymone James on December 30, 1984, in Akron, Ohio.
His father has an extensive criminal record but he was not involved in LeBron’s upbringing.
His mother raised him alone as a single mother without a stable job.
LeBron James Net Worth
LeBron James is a basketball player who has an estimated net worth of $85.5 million along with an annual salary of $33.5 million dollars. LeBron James massive fortune is specially made through his game; despite James is also an investor.
- Net Worth: $85.5 million
- Salary: $33.5 million
His 2017-2018 salary is adjudged to be the highest of any player in the NBA with over $33.5 million and over $52 million in several endorsements over his career. Withal, his net worth is estimated to be in millions.
For all of his success on the court, King James’ off-court feats are equally impressive.
He has the NBA’s top endorsement portfolio with Nike, Coca-Cola (Sprite), Beats By Dre, Kia Motor, Intel and Blaze Pizza and his Nike signature sneakers are the best-selling among active NBA players.
But his greatest accomplishment might be his impact on Ohio children through his foundation. It announced plans three years ago to spend $41 million to send kids to college for free.