Luka Doncic's net worth and earnings are already higher compared to his peers of the same age. How much does the sophomore wonder earn in salaries and endorsements?

Doncic is only in his second year in the NBA but he plays like a seasoned veteran. The Dallas Mavericks gambled on him and traded their fifth pick, who came out to be Trae Young, to the Atlanta Hawks’ third pick who turned out to be Doncic. Both teams are reaping the benefits of that trade. 

The 20-year-old is leading his team with averages of 29.5 points, 10.7 rebounds and 9 assists. He racks up triple-doubles like it’s a normal thing for his age. Recently, he joined LeBron James as the only 20 year olds who notched 40-point triple-double. What is even scarier is that it is only 14 games into the season and he registered a triple-double output in 7 games. 

The Slovenian wonderkid has been playing professional basketball in Euroleague even before joining the NBA. This should explain the composure and pose he displays beyond his years.

He played for powerhouse Real Madrid from 2015 to 2018. He won everything there is to win in his stint there. Doncic won the title, the finals MVP and league MVP. Moreover, he helped Slovenia win it all in the 2017 EuroBasket. 

Luka is set to receive $7,683,360 as his salary which ranks him at 167th place among the highest paid players in the NBA. In the last year of his contract in 2022, he will receive $10,174,391, Sportrac claims. If his current production is weighed against his salary, the Mavericks scored a bargain. But the team knows it must open its war chest if it hopes to keep Doncic in the team.

Aside from ball, the 6’7” small forward seem to have a liking for cars. He owns an Audi A7 and Porsche Panamera which costs around $69,700 and $85,000, respectively, per Biographyline.

He has no shoe deal at the moment which gives him the freedom to wear different brands every game. He signed with Nike in his last year in Euroleague until his rookie season. Now, experts are suggesting he could be taking his sweet time choosing the best shoe deal offered to him. Nike, Jordan and Under Armour are all in the race to sign Doncic.

If he remains healthy and his production continues to rise, there is no doubt he will be a big time endorser to any brand that will sign him.