We all know Lamar Odom as Khloe Kardashian’s ex-husband but you must have also heard that year by year, he is getting more and more worthy. So today we are going to talk about Lamar Odom. But not how his relationship was with Khloe and everything. We will only be focusing on his professional life rather than his personal life.
Lamar has spent most of his time with the Los Angeles Lakers before he married Khloe. So how much is Lamar net worth? We will be talking in detail about his salary, earnings, achievements as well as his contract details in this article.
Lamar Odom’s net worth
Well the former NBA player has been in many news headlines ever since he divorced wife Khloe Kardashian. Let’s analyze his net worth back from the year 2012. In 2012, he had a net worth of $28.5 million whereas in 2013 it drastically increased to $40.0 million. Again after two years, it became $50.0 million.
However, his net worth faced a huge decrease in 2016 when his worth decreased to $30.0 million. Ever since his net worth is constant and neither increasing nor decreasing. He falls under the second richest among Kardashian Exes, after James Harden: $46.6 million.
All the other exes are below $30.0 million. Scott Disick having a net worth of $16.0 million, French Montana having a net worth of $8 million and Kris Humphries having a net worth of $25 million.
Lamar Odom’s accomplishments and other assets
One of Lamar’s greatest achievements of all time is that he won NBA championships in 2009 as well as in 2010. He also won a bronze medal in the Olympics back in the year 2004. Again in 2010, he won a gold medal in the Fiba World Championship. A year later, he was named NBA’s Sixth Man of the year.
Back in the year 2010, his ex-wife gifted him a white colored Rolls Royce Drophead couple which was worth $400,000. He also owns several cars. Back in 2013, he was once caught by paparazzi on the middle of the road trashing a camera with a car.
Lamar's car collection
Moving on to his contracts, he had a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers (2009) which earned him over $33,000,000. He also had a six-year contract with the Miami Heat (2003) which was worth $65,000,000 and a three-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers (1999) worth of $7,880,000.