The 25 highest paid players in the NBA 2023/24

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In the NBA, player salaries have risen in step with the league’s revenue growth. Shaquille O’Neal received 17.1 million U.S.D as the biggest salary for the 2000 tournament; by 2023, 80 players had surpassed this threshold.

The greatest salaries are always paid to the superstar athletes. As a result of their service to the host team, several players also hold significant salaries even though they merely play satellite roles.

So who received the biggest salary in the NBA for the 2023–2024 season? To determine the answer, let’s use The Sporting News.

The 25 highest paid players in the 2023/2024 season

Stephen Curry is the highest-paid player in the 2023–2024 season, earning $51.9 million. Comparing him to the second-place finisher, Kevin Durant, who has $ 47.6 million, he has a sizable margin.

Nikola Jokic only received $ 46.9 million despite having just won the NBA championship with the Denver Nuggets and being named the Finals MVP. When the percentage of wage growth year over year is added to the Serbian star’s existing income, he will quickly overtake the competition in the upcoming seasons. LeBron James earns $ 46.9 million in addition to the same pay.

here are 17 players who received more than 40 million U.S.D for the season 2023/24.

STT Player Team Wage

firstStephen CurryWarriors$51,915,615

2Kevin DurantSuns$47,649,433

3Nikola JokicNuggets$46,900,000

 Joel Embiid76ers$46,900,000

 LeBron JamesLakers$46,900,000

6Bradley BealSuns$46,741,590

7Paul GeorgeClippers$45,640,165

8Damian LillardTrail Blazers$45,640,084

 Kawhi LeonardClippers$45,640,084


11Jimmy ButlerHeat$45,183,960

twelfthKlay ThompsonWarriors$43,219,440

13Rudy GobertTimberwolves$41,000,000

14Anthony DavisLakers$40,600,080

15Trae YoungHawks$40,064,220

 Zach LaVineBulls$40,064,220

 Luka DoncicMavericks$40,064,220

18Tobias Harris76ers$39,270,150

19Ben SimmonsNets$37,893,408

 Pascal SiakamRaptors$37,893,408

21Jrue HolidayBucks$36,861,707

23Devin BookerSuns$36,016,200

 Kristaps PorzingisCeltics$36,016,200

 Karl-Anthony TownsTimberwolves$36,016,200

25C.J. McCollumPelicans$35,802,469

Khris Middleton can make it into the top 25 on this list if he can work out a deal with a team in the summer of 2023.

NBA’s Biggest Contracts

As of the summer of 2023, Nikola Jokic’s deal with the Denver Nuggets is the longest contract in NBA history. Accordingly, the Serbian celebrity will earn $ 270 million in total over the following five years.

STT Player Team Contract

first Nikola Jokic Nuggets $272,020,000

2 Bradley Beal Suns $251,019,650

3 Antetokounmpo Bucks $228,200,420

4 Devin Booker Suns $224,224,000

  Karl-Anthony Towns Timberwolves $224,224,000

6 Stephen Curry Warriors $215,353,664

7 Trae Young Hawks $215,159,700

  Zach LaVine Bulls $215,159,700

  Luka Doncic Mavericks $215,159,700

ten Joel Embiid 76ers $210,112,000