Tristan Thompson Net worth is around $45 million. He is a Canada-based professional basketball player.
He has also played in the NBA for the Cleveland Cavaliers. In 2008 at FIBA Americas Under-18 Championship, he played for Canada internationally and won a bronze medal. Triston earned $110 million in the first ten years as a player in NBA.
In 2009 he competed at the 2009 FIBA Under 18 World Championship. Then he competed in the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship. In 2016 he played at the 2016 FIBA World Olympic Qualifying Tournament. Later in 2019, Triston played for Canada at the 2019 FIBA World Cup.
Early Life of Thompson:
Triston Thompson was born on 13 March 1991 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His parents, Trevor Thompson and Andrea Thompson are initially from Jamaica. He is the eldest of four brothers. Triston went to Saint Benedict’s Preparatory school in his high school. In his first years, he used to play basketball a lot. He played 21 games in his junior year.
Triston and his then-coach of Saint Benedict got into a heated argument during the time out in a match against Marter Hei. Triston was placed off the court and later removed from the team. He was then called from all the top prep schools as he was planning to leave Saint Benedict. All the top prep schools wanted Triston in their school, and they gained popularity with the emerging young basketball star.
He got transferred to Findlay Prep the following week. He flourished under the system of Coach Michael Peck at Findley.
Thompson was selected for the McDonald’s All-American game. It’s a football game played yearly by American and Canadian star players. Thompson and teammate Cory Joseph were also in the McDonald’s All-American at 4th and 5th. Triston won the Wayman Tisdale Award when he played for the University of Texas for USBWA National Freshman of the Year. He was named to the Big 12 All-Rookie, Big 12 All-Defensive Team, and All-Big 12 Second Team.
Triston’s Professional Career:
Triston announced that for his sophomore year, he was planning to return to college ball. But he decided against it and proclaimed for the NBA draft on 21 April 2011.
He set a record of being the highest-ranked, Canadian-born competent in NBA history. Cleveland Cavaliers, in NBA Draft 2011, drafted Thompson #4. Later, he went to the University of Texas to complete his college degree during the 2011 NBA lockout. He became the first Canadian player to earn All-Rookie team honors in the NBA by playing 60 games with an average of 8.2 points and 6.5 rebounds.
Thompson made the Cavaliers reach the finals for the first time in the 2014 season. He was the best offensive rebounder in the league. In 2013 he even changed his shooting hand from left to right but managed to start all 82 games in the Eastern Conference. He did his career-best 36 double-doubles in 2013.
Triston, in 2015 re-signed the $82 million contract with the Cavaliers for five years. This forced him to miss his training camp and the FIBA American Championship. In 2015 he made the Cavaliers reach the finals for the second time. The Cavaliers matched up against Golden State Warriors and created history by a 3-1 deficit coming back.
In 2016, Triston, in a regular session, played 400 consecutive games but missed four games due to sprained thumb. He made the Cavaliers reach the finals for the third time straight. They matched up again against the Golden State warrior, did not win, and lost the series in five games. Thompson did not play in the 2017-2018 season due to his calf strain. The Cavaliers reached the finals but did not win again and lost against Golden State Warriors. Thompson got a sore foot and missed 26 games in 2019.
In 2020, in a 115-112 overtime win, Triston set a record for a career-high 35 points, three assists, 14 rebounds, three blocks, and one steel during a match against Detroit Pistons.
Tristan Thompson net worth: Thompson’s Personal Life:
Thompson had a child with his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig in December 2016. His son named, Prince Oliver Thompson, receives child support of $15,000 per year. The court ordered Triston to pay $40,000 monthly, including $200,000 as back payments. He also pays $2000 per month for his son’s private tuition.
$1250 per month is also deposited into Prince’s savings account. Triston also agreed in court to pay $10,000 to cover the pregnancy and delivery-related medical bills. He met his son only nine times from 2016 to 2018, as per his ex-girlfriend. This made the settlement in favor of his ex-girlfriend.
The star of football and the star of Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, were romantically associated with each other for over 2-3 years before they broke up. They have a daughter named True Thompson together. Khloe separated from Triston in 2019 when she found out he had been cheating on her. He was sexually involved with one of his best friends, Kylie Jenner. Triston and Khloe got together again during the pandemic. They quarantined together until June 2021; they announced their separation again.
Triston Thompson’s total earnings from Cleveland Cavaliers from 2011-2022 are estimated to be $118,137,721 for 11 seasons. Triston gets endorsement deals for the content he creates on social media. On every post, he ears between $6000-$10,000. He gets endorsed by international brands like Nike, Mountain Dew, Moet & Chandon, and Compex. His sensational affair with Khloe also gets him fame. He has occasionally appeared on the popular TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. He gets YouTube ads. Tim Horton’s 2015 signed a deal with Triston Thompson. He has 3.7 million followers on Instagram.
Triston is fond of cars.
He has spent an enormous amount of money on luxurious cars. He does a lot of charity as well. In honor of his younger brother, he founded The Amari Thompson. This fund helps children with neurological disorders by providing epilepsy treatment.
Triston’s net worth is more than $40 million, which includes eight luxurious cars and a house, along with other investments and his salary.