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NBA High$ vs. Low$ – Bang/Bust for Bucks?
- Updated: October 27, 2014
NBA High$/Low$ – Bang/Bust for Bucks?
As we continue to pound out a living at our places of business, I thought you’d get a kick out of this list of the NBA’s most over/under paid. This is not to say they won’t have the kind if season where they end up justifying the over payment OR couldn’t under perform to low that they end up beings busts, it’s just a subjective look at salary and performance/accomplishment so far in their careers.
AND, as always, hey I could be wrong! Lol.
Tony Parker $12.5M Spurs
Nic Batum $11.39M Blazers
Pau Gasol $7.1M Bulls
Monta Ellis $8.7M. Mavs
Klay Thompson $3.07M Warriors
Kawhi Leonard $3.05M Spurs
Andre Drummond $2.56M Pistons
DeMarre Carroll $2.5M Hawks
Kenneth Faried $2.37M Nuggets
Mason Plumlee $1.35M Nets.
Rudy Gobert $1.1M Jazz
Amare Stoudemire $23.4M Knicks
Chris Bosh – $20.6M. Heat
Deron Williams – $19.7M (Nets owe oft-injured PG $60M next 3yrs)
Rudy Gay $19.3M Kings
Gordon Hayward $14.7M Jazz
Josh Smith – $14M. Pistons
Gerald Wallace – $10.1M
Hornets Steve Nash $9.7M Lakers
Kendrick Perkins – $9.1M Thunder
Tayshaun Prince – $7.7M Grizzlies