Paul George Net Worth: Salary, House & Contract

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Seven-time All-Star Paul George has an estimated net worth of $90 million.

Paul George is 34 a years old professional basketball player. Currently, he plays for LA Clippers in NBA.

George plays as a small forward and has established himself as one of the best two-way players in the game. But the only thing missing on his resume is the NBA championship ring.

Likewise, in 2019, George signed a 4-year $190 million maximum contract extension with the Clippers.

Paul George is 4 time NBA All-Defensive First Team
Paul George is 4 times NBA All-Defensive First Team

To date, he also has released five of his signature shoe line partnering with Nike. Besides, Paul also has a New Era customized hat line. 

Likewise, at present, Paul George lives in a $16 million mansion in Pacific Palisades, California, which he purchased back in 2019. 

Quick Facts

Name Paul Clifton Anthony George
Date of Birth 2nd May 1990
Birth Place Palmdale, California, USA
Nick Name Pg13, King George, PG, and Young Trece
Age 34 years old
Gender Male
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Ethnicity Unknown
Horoscope Taurus
Body Measurement 42 inches (chest), 35 inches (waist), and 15 inches (biceps)
Height 6’8″(2.03 m)
Weight 100 kg(220 lb)
Body Mass Index (BMI) 24.2
Build Athletic
Wingspan 2.11 m 
Shoe size 12
Hair Colour Dark Brown
Eye Colour Black
Tattoo Yes
Father name Paulette Ann George
Mother name Paul George Sr.
Siblings Teiosha George, Portala George (sister)
Relationship Engaged (2020)
Fiance Daniela Rajic
Children Olivi George and Natasha George (daughter)
Profession Professional Basketball Player
Position Small forward, Shooting Guard
Education Knight (High School), Fresno State (College)
High School Ranking 3-star recruit (Rivals)
Draft 2010 (10 overall picks) Drafted by  Indiana Pacers
NBA Debut 27th October 2010
Team Los Angeles Clippers
Previous Teams Indiana Pacers (2010-2017), Oklahoma City Thunders(2017-2020)
Current Affiliations NBA
Jersey Number 24, 13
Salary $35.45 million yearly
Net Worth  $90 million
Social Media  Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube
Favorite Player Kobe Bryant
Shoe  Nike (PG)
Hobby Fishing
Achievements 7x NBA All-Star, 2019 All-NBA First Team, 2x NBA All-Defensive First Team, 2013 NBA Most Improved Player, 2019 NBA Steals Leader, No. 24 retired by Fresno State, 2016 Olympics gold medal
Merch Funko Pop, Signed Photo Display, Jersey
Update May, 2024


According to Spotrac, when Paul George’s present contract expires with LA. Clippers, he will make $217,812,725. 

During his debut season, George earned $2,238,660 and $1,936,730 the next season. Later, he finished his rookie contract earning $1,936,730 and $3,282,003 in the third and fourth seasons.

Before the beginning of his fifth year, Paul George signed a 5-year maximum rookie extension worth $91.57 million. 

In the 2014-15 season, he made $15,925,680 followed by $17,120,106 in the next campaign. Later, in the 2016-17 season, George earned $18,314,532. 

However, in the 2017 offseason, George told his intention not to resign from the Pacers next season.

So, the franchise traded him because the Pacers could not afford to lose Geroge and get nothing in return.

In 2017-18, Geroge received $19,508,958. Later in the 2018 summer, PG resigned from a 4-year maximum contract with Thunder worth $136.9 million. It included a player option in the final year.

Geroge made MVP numbers during the 2018-19 season and earned $30,560,700 during the 2018-19 season. 

But, the next season Paul George was traded to La Clippers. Moreover, he made $33,005,556 in his first season with the Clippers.

Currently, Paul Geroge is the best-paid player in the Clippers and 8th in the NBA, making $35,450,412.

The estimated net worth of California natives is $90 million. 

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Paul George | Endorsement and Charity


Alongside running YouTube with more than 60k followers, Paul George also has endorsement deals with many brands. 

George’s major sponsor is Nike. He reportedly earns about $5.5 million from Nike yearly. 

Furthermore, in 2017, he became the 21st player to have his own signature shoe line. To date, his PG shoe line has already entered the fifth generation.

George advertising his PG5 shoe
Paul George advertising his PG5 shoe.

Moreover, PG 2, George’s second signature shoe released in 2018, was widely famous among NBA athletes. 

Likewise, being a hat enthusiast, George partnered with New Era to introduce his own custom hats line. 

In 2014, Gatorade signed Paul George as their brand ambassador. Since then, he has been to their many commercials.

Geroge also has sponsorship deals with the video game NBA 2K. Moreover, in NBA2k21, he was featured as their cover athlete.

Furthermore, another sponsor of George includes Bass Pro Shops, Foot Locker, and AT&T.

Likewise, Paul George was among NBA athletes investing in Tonal, which raised about $110 million from new funding. 


The NBA prospect currently runs Paul Geroge Foundation, where he carries out various programs and fundraising events to help communities. 

George knows the feeling of happiness well. When PG was just 6 years old, his mother suffered a stroke.

So, he partnered with American Stroke Association to host the annual stroke victims’ Christmas dinner. He wants to bring awareness to this issue and celebrate with victims’ families who overcame stroke.

Likewise, George also hosts Celebrity Fishing Tournament annually for fundraising. 

George loves fishing, and he dedicated kids’ friends dock for children to encourage them in outdoor activities. 

In 2019, Paul George Foundation announced sponsoring OKFITS programs in 13 schools. 

According to NBA rules, if players decide to change their number while remaining on the same team, some players may have to purchase all their jerseys.

However, George decided to buy all the jerseys anyway and donated them to his former high school in 2014.

Likewise, George also hosts a youth basketball camp in his hometown to help children pursue their basketball careers. 

In 2015, George provided a $10k donation to help 11 years old Daisy Esterline’s family buy a wheelchair van. 

Similarly, George has been active in the Black Lives Matter movement. He frequently wears Black Lives Matter hoodies or t-shirts during the pregame warmup. 

During NBA bubble post-game interview, he ended the media question by mentioning Breonna Taylor, RIP, George Floyd, RIP for their justice. 

Paul George | LifeStyle

House and Cars

Soon after joining LA Clippers from Okhalama Thunders in 2019, Paul George purchased a mansion in Pacific Palisades. 

He reportedly paid $16 million for the house. The 10,014 sq. ft 3-story mansion has seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms.

Take a glance at this video if you want to look into Paul George's house
Take a glance at this video if you want to look into Paul George’s house

His house also has an open floor plan, several special touches like an elevator, and a climate-controlled wine room.

Other cool features of the house are the theater room, game room, lounge, indoor spa, gym, and swimming pool.

In addition, George’s crib also includes an outdoor kitchen, half basketball court, and another swimming pool with a waterfall foundation.

After listing the Hidden Hills mansion for sale in July 2020, George successfully sold it in December. French Montana purchased his 1.35-acre mansion for $8.4 million later.

One of the hottest and most expensive cars in George’s collection is Ferrari 458 Spider. He purchased a car in 2014 for $3,70,000, reaching 0-60 in 3.7 seconds.

Likewise, in 2018 he gifted his fiance a brand new Land Rover on Mother’s day occasion.

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Paul George | Professional Career

In 2010, Paul George decided to forgo two years of college and declared for the NBA draft. Young George was selected as the 10th overall pick by Indiana Pacers.

During his rookie season, he played in 61 matches, starting in 19 of them. Later, in the next season, he started in 66 games averaging 12.1 PPG. 

Probably, the 2012-13 season proved to be a breakthrough year as he won Most Improved Player. Moreover, he started in 79 games, recording 17.4 PPG, 7.3 RPG, and 4.1 APG. 

The next season, he led his team to a fourth successive playoff, where the Lebron-led Miami Heat defeated the Pacers. 

However, as George was rising to basketball stardom, he fractured both bones of his lower right leg during the 2014 FIBA World Cup scrimmage. Later, he returned for the last 6 games of the season.

During the opening game of the 2015-16 season, George was fined $10,000 for criticizing the referee in a match against the Raptors. 

Before the beginning of the 2019-20 NBA season, George was traded to the Clippers to partner with the 2018 NBA champion and Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard.

Later, in the NBA playoffs, he was criticized by NBA fans and media for his performance. In 13 games, he recorded his lowest scoring average of 20.2 compared to the past 5 playoffs.

Moreover, the Clippers also blew out a 3-1 lead over the Nuggets. In game 7, he scored 10 points with 25% shooting and 0 points in the 4th quarter. 

Paul George was not named in the USA Basketball squad for Tokyo Olympics

Despite being a potential candidate, Paul George has not been signed up for the most-awaited and delayed event, Tokyo Olympics 2021.

Paul George is the same star guard whose first attempt to play in a major international tournament in 2014 was delayed by a broken leg. Thereafter, he was on the Olympic squad in 2016 and brought a gold medal home.

Paul has stayed a notable;e player for years now and his run is still on to be at the top in the NBA field. Recently, he made a headline with his Instagram story where he was wearing an Olympic jersey.

Well, this scene creates a lot of doubt amongst his fans. Is he going to the Tokyo Olympics, or is it a teasing move by him?

If not Paul George then who has been listed to be there on the star-studded  U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball Team this year and put on the 2021 USA Jersey?

Kevin Durant, a 3-time Olympian, is leading the 12-member U.S. Olympic squad with Damian Lillard, Devin Booker, Jayson Tatum, Draymond Green, and many others.

In the end, all we can say is, Had Paul been in the Olympics, he could have added one more Olympic medal to his resume.

Interesting Facts

  • Paul George is the youngest child of his family. Their parents always created a sporting environment for their children. Moreover, his sister Teiosha and Portala were college basketball and volleyball players. During his childhood, he idolized Kobe Bryant and learned basketball from Teiosha. 
  • Nicknames are common in the sporting world. Most of them are given by fans, but in the case of Paul George, it’s self-made. In 2014 after changing his jersey number from 24-13, he symbolized a new star coming into NBA. Later, his nicknames PG13, and Young Trece (13 in Spanish), were born. 
  • Paul George started dating Daniela Rajic in 2013. But they broke up later. After a few months, Daniela filed a lawsuit against him for pregnancy. Although George demanded, full custody of the child court refused it. Later, for the best interest of the child, they got back together again. Now, they have 2 daughters and are going to marry soon.


  • “Everyone in the league would say that they would love to go back home and play for their city. It’s just something about representing the home.”
  • “First and foremost, I want to give a huge thanks to the fans who have been behind me.”
  • “It’s just taking every day to get better, every year to get better, and you know, I’m going to be at the top.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Paul George’s salary?

In 2019-20 Paul George signed a maximum 4-year contract extension worth $190 million with LA Clippers.

At present, he is the highest-paid player on the Clippers roster and ranks 8th in NBA, making $35.4 million.  And in 2019, he was in the 33rd rank as the highest-paid athlete in the world and also fell under the 100 richest celebrities in Forbes.

Where does Paul George live?

After joining the Clippers, George purchased an elevator-equipped 3-story mansion in Pacific Palisades, LA, for $16.1 million. 

Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah
Sanjib Sah is an engineer and content writer passionate about sports and athletics. With a background in engineering and a love for all things active, Sanjib brings a unique perspective to the world of sports writing. Whether he is covering the latest trends in sports technology or sharing tips on improving your game, Sanjib's words are always rooted in a deep appreciation for players' hard work and dedication everywhere. In his free time, you can find him hitting the courts or hitting the trails, always looking for new ways to challenge himself and improve his skills.

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