Khris Middleton's Contract And Monthly Salary After Signing New Contract With The Milwaukee Bucks

In 2019, Khris Middleton signed a mega-contract extension with the Milwaukee Bucks, making him the highest-earning player for the franchise.

Here is a breakdown of his contract and net worth.


Born on the 12th of August in 1991 in Charleston, South Carolina to James and Nichelle Middleton, Middleton began playing basketball from a very early age. He attended Porter-Graud School and was trained by coach John Pearson while playing for the Cyclones. He slowly made his way up through high school basketball, impressing in his college career as well.

Today, Khris Middleton has a staggering net worth of $50 million, making him the highest-earning player in the Milwaukee Bucks - even ahead of Giannis Antetokounmpo.

In 2020, he was named number 82 in the Forbes’ annual List of Highest-Paid athletes. According to Forbes, his salary for the year 2020-2021 is a mouth-watering $33 million, an amount that is even set to increase to $35.5 million the next year.



Having joined the Milwaukee Bucks in 2013 as a second-round draft for a contract worth $2.2 million, Khris Middleton signed his first-ever contract extension in the year for the 2015-2016 year, which would keep him in the team until 2019. This contract was worth $70 million.

In 2019, he once again signed a 5-year contract extension which would keep him with the team until the 2023-2024 season. This time around, the contract was worth $178 million, putting his annual salary at about $33 million - the highest amount the Milwaukee Bucks have paid for any player.



The star has endorsement deals with numerous companies including Nike, T-Mobile, Nintendo, among several others. He reportedly earns $1 million annually from endorsements alone. 

While he doesn't have his signature shoe line yet, Middleton still gets star privilege and rocks unreleased or exclusive Nike merch. Earlier this month, he was spotted wearing the Nike Kobe 6 Protro, also known as the ‘Mambacita‘ during game four of the playoffs against the Miami Heat.


During the coronavirus, the 29-year old Charleston native donated $100,000 to Fiserv Arena workers and sent money to charities to help school-aged kids get supplies and food during the pandemic.

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