foxsports.com If Bryant has managed his finances well over his 20 years in the league, he will have the resources to do just about anything post-basketball (including possibly buying the City of Temecula) after collecting a whopping $323,312,307 in salary alone. There's more: According to Forbes, Kobe earned an additional $350 million through endorsement deals with Nike, Mercedes-Benz, McDonald’s, Sprite, Nintendo, Sony and other brands. Forbes also notes that adjusted for inflation, Bryant hauled in a record $762 million in on- and off-the-court earnings — even more than Michael Jordan ($720 million) during his playing career. Kobe's salary itself, though, is actually a bit shy of 39-year-old Kevin Garnett's $331,826,371 and still counting.
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