LeBron James just became the first active NBA player to have not 1, not 2, not 3, but 9 zeroes in his net worth -- the Lakers superstar is officially a billionaire.
According to Forbes, the 37-year-old 4-time champ reached the milestone after making a whopping $121.2 million in 2021, joining Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant as the only other hoopers to rake in that kind of coin.
Bron has made more than $387 million on the court, but most of his money has come from the business side.
As the outlet points out, James and Maverick Carter's SpringHill Entertainment is worth around $300 million, his stake in Fenway Sports Group is worth $90 million, and his 10% share of the Blaze Pizza brand has blown up to a whopping $30 million.
Oh yeah, and the dude has a LIFETIME contract with Nike ... which Mav previously hinted was a billion-dollar deal for decades to come.
That's not even scratching the surface of LeBron's success off the court ... but the accomplishment is truly something -- Jordan reportedly didn't become a billionaire until 2014.
LeBron -- who had a tough childhood with his mother, Gloria, after she gave birth to him at just 16 years old -- previously spoke about his desire to make a billion in his lifetime ... so it must feel good to be the King.