Kevin Durant ranks fourth among NBA players in endorsement income, according to a report by Forbes.com.
Durant pulled in $14 million in endorsement dollars in 2013, according to the report. He trailed LeBron James ($42 million), Kobe Bryant ($34 million) and Derrick Rose ($21 million).
Dwyane Wade ($12 million), Carmelo Anthony ($9 million), Amar'e Stoudemire ($6.5 million), Dwight Howard ($6 million), Blake Griffin ($6 million) and Chris Paul ($4 million) rounded out the top 10.
The NBA's top 10 endorsers banked $155 million last year, according to the report. The NFL's top 10 endorsers ranked a distant second among the four major North American sports. They collectively earned $55 million from endorsements. Major League Baseball's 10 biggest endorsers earned less than $30 million off the field, and the NHL's top 10 made a combined $15 million in endorsements.
BROOKS ON SECOND ALL-STAR APPEARANCE
Thunder coach Scott Brooks coached the Western Conference All-Stars for the second time in three years Sunday. Which appearance did he like more?