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Western Conference Salary Rankings: Shooting Guards

Hoops Rumors is in the process of ranking the salaries, separated by conference, for each NBA player by position. We’ve already looked at the point guards and centers of the Western Conference and will now turn our attention toward the conference’s shooting guards.

All told, the teams out west have committed a total of $299,460,075 in cap hits this season to the men who man the two spot. The average conference salary for shooting guards this season is currently $4,403,825, with James Harden topping the list with a more than respectable $26,540,100 to account for on his year-end W-2 form.

It should be noted that teams won’t necessarily pay out every dollar listed here. There are quite a few players who have non-guaranteed or partially guaranteed contracts. Some of those players won’t make it out of the preseason, while others will be sweating it out until January 10th. That’s when teams must waive players with no specific guarantee date written into their contracts to avoid having to guarantee their salaries for the rest of the season. In addition, incentive clauses that a player either triggers or fails to meet can leave a player with more or less money than his cap hit reflects. Still, the purpose of this list is to show the relative pay scale by position, which is why all contracts are included in this post.

I should also add that not every player listed below will play shooting guard this season, as some will likely see some time at small forward or point guard. To maintain uniformity, I used their positions listed on the teams’ official rosters to determine which list to include them on. So if you see a player who isn’t expected to play shooting guard for his team this season listed below, that’s why.

The Western Conference’s shooting guards are listed below, in descending order of salary:

  1. James Harden [Rockets] —$26,540,100
  2. Allen Crabbe [Blazers] —$18,500,000
  3. Wesley Matthews [Mavs] — $17,145,838
  4. Klay Thompson [Warriors] — $16,663,575
  5. Manu Ginobili [Spurs] —$14,000,000
  6. Jamal Crawford [Clippers] —$13,253,012
  7. Arron Afflalo [Kings] —$12,500,000
  8. Eric Gordon [Rockets] —$12,385,665
  9. Tyreke Evans [Pelicans] —$10,203,755
  10. Alec Burks [Jazz] —$10,154,495
  11. Danny Green [Spurs] —$10,000,000
  12. E’Twaun Moore [Pelicans] —$8,081,363
  13. Garrett Temple [Kings] —$8,000,000
  14. J.J. Redick [Clippers] —$7,377,500
  15. Lou Williams [Lakers] —$7,000,000
  16. Victor Oladipo [Thunder] —$6,552,960
  17. Andrew Wiggins [Wolves] —$6,006,600
  18. Alex Abrines [Thunder] —$5,994,764
  19. Tony Allen [Grizzlies] — $5,505,618
  20. Langston Galloway [Pelicans] —$5,200,000
  21. Ben McLemore [Kings] —$4,008,882
  22. Leandro Barbosa [Suns] —$4,000,000
  23. Quincy Pondexter [Pelicans] —$3,617,978
  24. Buddy Hield [Pelicans] —$3,517,200
  25. Mike Miller [Nuggets] — $3,500,000
  26. Anthony Morrow [Thunder] —$3,488,000
  27. K.J. McDaniels [Rockets] —$3,333,333
  28. Troy Daniels [Grizzlies] — $3,332,940
  29. C.J. McCollum [Blazers]—$3,219,579
  30. Jamal Murray [Nuggets] — $3,210,840
  31. Seth Curry [Mavs] — $2,898,000
  32. Devin Booker [Suns] —$2,223,600
  33. Andre Roberson [Thunder] —$2,183,072
  34. Archie Goodwin [Suns] —$2,094,089
  35. Vince Carter [Grizzlies] — $2,000,000
  36. Gary Harris [Nuggets] — $1,655,880
  37. Malik Beasley [Nuggets] — $1,627,320
  38. Justin Anderson [Mavs]— $1,514,160
  39. Jordan Adams [Grizzlies] — $1,465,080
  40. Malachi Richardson [Kings] —$1,439,880
  41. Rodney Hood [Jazz] —$1,406,520
  42. Alonzo Gee [Pelicans] —$1,400,000
  43. Kevin Martin [Waived via Stretch Provision by Wolves]   $1,360,305
  44. Alan Anderson [Clippers] —$1,315,448
  45. Lance Stephenson [Pelicans] — $1,227,286
  46. Elliot Williams [Warriors] — $1,227,286
  47. John Jenkins [Suns] —$1,050,961
  48. Ian Clark [Warriors] — $1,015,696
  49. Toure’ Murry [Wolves]— $980,431
  50. JaKarr Sampson [Nuggets] — $980,431
  51. Pat Connaughton [Blazers] —$874,636
  52. D.J. Kennedy [Nuggets] — $874,636
  53. Luis Montero [Blazers] —$874,636
  54. Lamar Patterson [Kings] —$874,636
  55. Jonathon Simmons [Spurs] —$874,636
  56. D.J. Stephens [Grizzlies] — $874,636
  57. Axel Toupane [Nuggets] — $874,636
  58. Bryn Forbes [Spurs] —$543,471
  59. Quincy Ford [Jazz] —$543,471
  60. Patricio Garino [Spurs] —$543,471
  61. Shaquille Harrison [Suns] — $543,471
  62. Keith Hornsby [Mavs] — $543,471
  63. Cameron Jones [Warriors] — $543,471
  64. Tim Quarterman [Blazers] —$543,471
  65. Wayne Selden [Grizzlies] — $543,471
  66. Isaiah Taylor [Rockets] — $543,471
  67. C.J. Williams [Mavs] — $543,471
  68. Scott Wood [Warriors] — $543,471
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4 thoughts on “Western Conference Salary Rankings: Shooting Guards

  1. rxbrgr

    I thought D’Antoni said Harden was a PG today?

    • Eddie Scarito

      *See the part in the intro where I mentioned that their official listed positions were used in determining which list players appear in…

  2. What about Jordan Clarkson?

    • Eddie Scarito

      His official position is listed as a point guard by the team. He’s on that list that was already posted.

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