There are a lot of famous post-NBA career moves. The dueling icons of the 80s, Magic Johnson and Larry Byrd, both went on to become instrumental faces in two different franchises’ back-offices. With the NBA’s popularity continually gaining in the United States and around the world, star athletes have the ability to reap in a lot of dough through lucrative side-hustles.
As the power of Venture Capital and reality TV has increased over the last decade, it seems like NBA side hustles are becoming more lucrative than ever. With huge name-recognition and a pre-established base of fans, it’s pretty easy to understand why certain NBA players feel comfortable exposing themselves in the business world while also hustling on the court. Check out this article for some ideas for your own side-hustle of the new decade.