Otto’s big break arrived in 2017, when he signed a four-year deal worth $106.5 million with the Washington Wizards.
Pistons re-signed Drummond for five years in 2016, a deal that cost them $127 million.
In 2016, Barnes signed a $94 million contract with Dallas, though in 2019, he was traded to Sacramento.
Jokic signed a five-year extension with the Denver Nuggets for $147 million.
The Miami Heat re-signed Whiteside with a four-year contract as a free agent for $98 million.
Currently, Wiggins is in the midst of a five-year extension contract worth $147 million with the Cavaliers.
Gasol signed a $113 million contract with the Grizzlies before being traded to the Raptors in 2019.
Holiday’s contract was renewed with the Pelicans for $132 million that will last for five years.
In 2017, Adams signed a $100 million deal with the Oklahoma City for four years.
Beal signed a maximum-level contract with the Wizards in 2016 which is worth $127 million.
The Cavaliers have roped in Love for a four-year, $120 million extension kicking off with the 2018-2019 NBA season.
Howard made almost $19 million alone from the Nets during the 2018-2019 season.
A four-time winner of the NBA MVP award, James has signed a four-year long deal worth $154 million with the LA Lakers in 2018.
The Golden State Warrior signed NBA’s first $200 million contract back in 2017.
This 10-time All-Star makes over $35 million from sponsors alone and has invested in over 30 companies.
In 2017, the eight-time All-Star extended his contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder which was worth a whopping $205 million.
Harden signed a four-year extension with the Houston Rockets, worth $171 million that will pay off $47 million in its final year.
Paul switched to Houston from LA in 2017 and signed a four-year $160 million contract in 2018.
Irving lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to their very first NBA championship in 2016, their first significant title since 1964.
The Greek basketball star extended his Nike deal and bumped his annual pay from $20,000 to a staggering $9 million.
The former Rookie of the Year is currently signed to a five-year, $140 million deal with Portland, that’s expected to lead to an extension worth $191 million.
Griffin is in the middle of a five-year, $171 million deal that he signed in 2017.
The 2016 Olympic gold medal winner has signed a four-year, $137 million extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2018.
Davis has two years left on a five-year, $127 million contract, however, the Pelicans might offer him an extension that could be worth $230 million.
The Boston Celtics star had the sixth highest salary in the 2018-2019 NBA season.
Thompson has a 10-year contract worth $80 million with Anta, a Chinese shoe brand.
A three-time Olympic gold medalist, Anthony launched M7 Tech Partners, a venture capital firm in 2014 and also runs a non-profit organization.
In 2017, Lowry signed a $100 million contract with Toronto Raptors.
The four-time All Star signed a five-year, $139 million contract with the Raptors, which in 2016, was the second biggest deal in NBA history.
In 2017, Embiid signed a five-year extension with the 76ers that is worth approximately $178 million along with incentives.
After playing for Atlanta Hawks for nine years, Horford scored a four-year, $113 million contract with the Boston Celtics in 2016.
In 2016, Conley, Jr landed the richest deal at the time worth $153 million in the NBA history.
Millsap signed a three-year, $90 million deal with Denver in 2017, making him the third highest-paid player for that season.
McCollum got a $106.6 million worth extension with the Trail Blazers in 2016 after he won the Most Improved Player title.
Kawhi Leonard was signed by San Antonio Spurs for a five-year extension worth $90 million in 2015. However, he was traded to the Toronto Raptors in 2018.
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