Tony Parker: How Much Is The Famous Basketball Star Worth?

Tony Parker's new Netflix documentaryTony Parker: The Final Shot, dropped on Jan. 6, 2021, and offers fans a closer look at the basketball star's 18-season career, which includes six All-Star appearances and four championships. According to Sports illustrated, the documentary features interviews with Tim Duncan, David Robinson, Greg Popovich, Kobe Bryant, and other NBA players. It also includes footage of a teenage Parker playing basketball in France. 

"Tony has won a lot, and been one of the best point guards in the league for a long time. He'll be recognized as a guy who helped changed the NBA into a more international sport," Robinson says in a teaser video, while the late Bryant jokes that it's because of Parker he's hasn't won more championships.

All in all, Parker has had an inspiring career and acquired an impressive net worth after playing for the San Antonio Spurs. (He played his final NBA season with the Charlotte Hornets before retiring in 2019.) Keep scrolling to find out how much the athlete is really worth and what he plans to do with his money.

Tony Parker has ambitious goals

Tony Parker is worth an estimated $85 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, with the majority of his earnings coming from his career as a professional basketball player. The site reports Parker made "just shy of $170 million in salary alone," earning an average salary of $12.5 million per year while playing for the San Antonio Spurs. In the 2016-2017 season, Parker earned $15.4 million — his highest-career salary. Then, there are his endorsement deals. Forbes reports he partnered with many brands, including Nike, Bolle, and Tissot, which all have contributed to his off-court income.

Nowadays, Parker may be retired, but that hasn't changed his love for the game. In fact, the athlete hopes to buy an NBA team of his own one day, calling it the "ultimate goal." He told The Undefeated in 2020 that he and his French investment partners are definitely going to try. "It's a strong possibility. Right now, we have different objectives and goals. But in five to 10 years," he said, adding, "I am the type of person who always dreams big."