Kyrie Irving’s huge $90M net worth stems from clever investment in $2.1 billion food brand

Nets guard Kyrie Irving has built a fortune of $90M with his magician-like skills on hardwood, along with investments in sports, electronics and consultancy.

While he may be the favorite child of controversy, Kyrie Irving has made quite a living through his NBA career. The first choice in the 2011 draft, Uncle Drew, is box office, courtesy of his exceptional ball handling skills and ability to finish on the rim.

The former ROTY hit a shot of shots in one of the biggest NBA Finals in 2016, helping the Cavaliers come back from a 3-1 deficit. After his tenure in Cleveland, Irving made more headlines for his off-court antics, with his most recent being his anti-vaccination stance.

During his free agency in the 2019-20 season, Irving signed a 4-year $136M deal with the Brooklyn Nets. In his 3 seasons with the Nets, the seven-time All-Star has played only 103 of 226 games, even losing $11M on his contract.

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Nonetheless, the former champion continues to build a bank with his backing and investments, leading to an estimated net worth of $90M.

Kyrie Irving’s Top-6 Investments.

The Nets guard has $36M on his contract as he enters his final season. One of the most polarizing figures, Irving’s ability to gain a foothold in arenas is remarkable, making him one of the most marketable players for top brands.

With that in mind, Irving has made some one-time investments throughout his career, which has involved multi-billion dollar industries. It’s been a while now that the former Cavs superstar has been advocating for vegetarianism, even going so far as to invest in the company Beyond Meat, which is estimated to be worth $2.1 billion.

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Kai also has a stake in wearables electronics giant Skull Candy, with his return for the iconic Uncle Drew character created with cola company Pepsi.

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