dziennika egzotyczny pieścić medycyny http://kupicpigulki.pl/ centrum medyczne zdrowie Denver

2015/16 Salary Rankings: Point Guards

Hoops Rumors is in the process of ranking the cap hit for each NBA player by position. We already ran down how the league’s centers, power forwards and small forwards stacked up financially, and next we’ll check out the point guard position. All told, NBA teams have committed a total of $478,273,888 in salary this season to the men who make the offenses go around the league. The average salary for a point guard this season is a solid $4,469,849 with Chris Paul topping the list with the more than respectable amount of $21,468,696 to account for on his year-end W-2 form.

The purpose of this list is to show the relative pay scale by position, which is why all contracts are included in this post. The league’s point guards are listed below in descending order of salary. Please note that the official roster for each team was used for determining what position we listed each player under, and some of the players below may spend time at other spots on the hardwood:

  1. Chris Paul (Clippers) — $21,468,696
  2. Derrick Rose (Bulls) — $20,093,064
  3. Russell Westbrook (Thunder) — $16,744,218
  4. Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers) — $16,407,500
  5. John Wall (Wizards) — $15,851,950
  6. Goran Dragic (Heat) — $14,783,000
  7. Reggie Jackson (Pistons) — $13,913,044
  8. Eric Bledsoe (Suns) — $13,500,000
  9. Brandon Knight (Suns) — $13,500,000
  10. Tony Parker (Spurs) — $13,437,500
  11. Ricky Rubio (Timberwolves) — $12,700,000
  12. Ty Lawson (Rockets) — $12,404,496
  13. Kyle Lowry (Raptors) — $12,000,000
  14. Kemba Walker (Hornets) — $12,000,000
  15. Stephen Curry (Warriors) — $11,370,786
  16. Deron Williams (Mavericks) — $10,853,761 [Includes the $5,474,787 he will be paid by the Nets, who waived him via the stretch provision).
  17. Jrue Holiday (Pelicans) — $10,595,507
  18. Mike Conley (Grizzlies) — $9,588,426
  19. Rajon Rondo (Kings) — $9,500,000
  20. Brandon Jennings (Pistons) — $8,344,497
  21. George Hill (Pacers) — $8,000,000
  22. Jeff Teague (Hawks) — $8,000,000
  23. Jose Calderon (Knicks) — $7,402,812
  24. Cory Joseph (Raptors) — $7,000,000
  25. Rodney Stuckey (Pacers) — $7,000,000
  26. Isaiah Thomas (Celtics) — $6,912,869
  27. Greivis Vasquez (Bucks) — $6,600,000
  28. Patrick Beverley (Rockets) — $6,486,486
  29. Jarrett Jack (Nets) — $6,300,000
  30. Shaun Livingston (Warriors) — $5,543,725
  31. D’Angelo Russell (Lakers) — $5,103,120
  32. Darren Collison (Kings) — $5,013,559
  33. C.J. Watson (Magic) — $5,000,000
  34. Jameer Nelson (Nuggets) — $4,345,000
  35. Mario Chalmers (Grizzlies) — $4,300,000
  36. J.J Barea (Mavericks) — $4,290,000
  37. Damian Lillard (Trail Blazers) — $4,236,287
  38. Devin Harris (Mavericks) — $4,053,446
  39. Raymond Felton (Mavericks) — $3,950,313
  40. Dante Exum (Jazz) — $3,777,720
  41. Patty Mills (Spurs) — $3,578,947
  42. Marcus Smart (Celtics) — $3,431,040
  43. Austin Rivers (Clippers) — $3,110,796
  44. Emmanuel Mudiay (Nuggets) — $3,105,240
  45. Norris Cole (Pelicans) — $3,036,927
  46. D.J. Augustin (Thunder) — $3,000,000
  47. Jerryd Bayless (Bucks) — $3,000,000
  48. Kirk Hinrich (Bulls) — $2,854,940
  49. Brian Roberts (Hornets) — $2,854,940
  50. Trey Burke (Jazz) — $2,658,240
  51. Elfrid Payton (Magic) — $2,505,720
  52. Shelvin Mack (Hawks) — $2,433,333
  53. Michael Carter-Williams (Bucks) — $2,399,040
  54. Aaron Brooks (Bulls) — $2,250,000
  55. Tony Wroten (Waived by Sixers) — $2,179,353
  56. Steve Blake (Pistons) — $2,170,465
  57. Ramon Sessions (Wizards) — $2,170,465
  58. Beno Udrih (Heat) — $2,170,465
  59. Kendall Marshall (Sixers) — $2,144,772
  60. Jeremy Lin (Hornets) — $2,139,000
  61. Gary Neal (Wizards) — $2,139,000
  62. Mo Williams (Cavaliers) — $2,100,000
  63. Cameron Payne (Thunder) — $2,021,520
  64. Terry Rozier (Celtics) — $1,824,360
  65. Toney Douglas (Pelicans) — $1,764,858 (Includes the $600,000 he is owed by the Pacers, who waived him)
  66. Dennis Schröder (Hawks) — $1,763,400
  67. Tyler Ennis (Bucks) — $1,662,360
  68. Jerian Grant (Knicks) — $1,572,360
  69. Delon Wright (Raptors) — $1,509,360
  70. Shane Larkin (Nets) — $1,500,000
  71. Andre Miller (Timberwolves) — $1,499,187
  72. Ronnie Price (Suns) — $1,499,187
  73. Pablo Prigioni (Clippers) — $1,421,348 (Includes the $440,000 he is owed by the Nuggets, who waived him)
  74. Shabazz Napier (Magic) — $1,294,440
  75. Tyus Jones (Timberwolves) — $1,282,080
  76. Matthew Dellavedova (Cavaliers) — $1,147,276
  77. Ish Smith (Sixers) — $1,100,602
  78. Donald Sloan (Nets) — $1,015,421
  79. Joseph Young (Pacers) — $1,007,026
  80. Isaiah Canaan (Sixers) — $947,276
  81. Ray McCallum (Spurs) — $947,276
  82. Seth Curry (Kings) — $947,276
  83. Raul Neto (Jazz) — $900,000
  84. Jordan Clarkson (Lakers) — $845,059
  85. Spencer Dinwiddie (Pistons) — $845,059
  86. Tim Frazier (Trail Blazers) — $845,059
  87. Langston Galloway (Knicks) — $845,059
  88. Tyler Johnson (Heat) — $845,059
  89. Russ Smith (Waived by Grizzlies) — $845,059
  90. Pierre Jackson (Waived by Sixers) — $750,000
  91. Bryce Cotton (Waived by Suns) — $700,902
  92. Jimmer Fredette (Waived by Sixers and Pelicans) — $579,388
  93. Marcelo Huertas (Lakers) — $525,093
  94. T.J. McConnell (Sixers) — $525,093
  95. Jordan Farmar (Waived by Clippers via stretch provision) — $510,922
  96. Gal Mekel (Waived by Mavericks) — $315,759
  97. Scottie Wilbekin (Waived by Sixers) — $200,000
  98. Phil Pressey (Waived by Sixers and Jazz) — $195,027
  99. Keith Appling (Waived by Magic) — $100,000
  100. Erick Green (Waived by Nuggets) — $100,000
  101. Ryan Boatright (Waived by Nets) — $75,000
  102. Lorenzo Brown (Waived by the Timberwolves) — $75,000
  103. Travis Trice (Waived by the Knicks) — $50,000
  104. Nate Robinson (Waived by Pelicans) — $44,094
  105. Shannon Scott (Waived by Raptors) — $25,000
  106. Eric Atkins (Waived by Jazz) — $6,178
newest oldest

3 thoughts on “2015/16 Salary Rankings: Point Guards

  1. Cody the baller

    Toney Douglas is listed twice

    • Chuck Myron

      Took care of that. Thank you!

  2. Arthur Hill

    What a deal the Warriors got with Stephen Curry! I wonder if the MVP has ever been just the 15th-highest paid player at his position.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.

You can click here to Subscribe without commenting

Get the hottest NBA news and rumors before anyone else! Follow us on Twitter to stay updated: