The term "rookie scale" is something of a misnomer, since a player can still be on his rookie scale contract during his fourth year in the league. They're the standard, fixed contracts teams give to first-round picks, and they're generally team-friendly, with team options included in the third and fourth years. Since 30 new first-round picks enter the league every year, save for a couple who sign overseas, there are quite a few players on rookie scale deals. Every team has at least one, except the Lakers. The Wizards have the most, with six, and that doesn't include Bradley Beal, their first-round pick from June. For more on how rookie scale contracts work, check out our Hoops Rumors Glossary entry.
We've listed all the veterans on rookie scale contracts here, by team, along with the last season of the deal in parentheses. The list doesn't include Blake Griffin and Serge Ibaka, who are still on rookie contracts for 2012/13, but who have signed extensions that will kick in the following season.
Storytellers Contracts was used in the creation of this post.