Devin Booker is an American professional basketball player who plays for Phoenix Suns in NBA. Booker's professional career began in 2015 after he was selected as the 13th pick in the NBA draft. Booker spent one season playing basketball for 'University of Kentucky' before being picked in the draft. His father Melvin Booker is also a former basketball player and currently, he has a big house of 5590 sq ft in Arizona worth 3.5 million USD.
Date of Birth: 30/10/1996
Height: 6 feet 5 inches (1.96 m)
Position: Shooting guard
Devin Booker's current Net worth is estimated to be around $30 million. The current annual salary of Devin Booker is more than 33 million USD. In July 2022 he signed a five-year contract deal for $224 million and became the first player from Phoenix Suns to sign a very big deal in history.
Devin Booker is roughly estimated to earn around $6 million from several endorsements overall. Devin Booker endorses various brands namely: Nike, Corona Beer and Sweetgreen, Foot Locker, Finish Line, Autograph, Chevrolet, Call of Duty, COCO5 etc.
He has also invested in startups like Overtime, Buzzer, GoPuff etc. In 2017 he purchased a mansion in Paradise valley worth 3.25 million USD. Currently, he has moved to a 10 million USD estate in Arizona in 2022.
Devin Booker's car collections include
- Ferrari 488 GTB
- Chevrolet Corvette Z06
- Buick GNX
- 1959 Chevrolet Impala
- Buick Grand National
- 1996 Chevy Impala
- Old Chevrolet Caprice
Achievements and Records:
* Got Selected in the NBA All-Star game thrice (2020, 2021 & 2022)
* Was in All-NBA First Team in 2022
* NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2016
* Youngest Player with consecutive 50-point games
* Won a gold medal in US Olympic team in Tokyo, 2020 (happened in 2021)
* Youngest Player to record 70-point mark in an NBA game (on Mar 2017)
* 3rd Youngest Player to reach 4000 Points in NBA behind LeBron James and Kevin Durant
* 3rd Player in NBA history to have back-to-back 40-point game in the Finals
* Won the 2014 McDonald's All-American Boys Game
* First Player in Phoenix Suns history to have four straight games with 35 points at least.