Curry’s four-year, $44 million contract, which was signed before his breakout season, has been called the NBA’s biggest bargain. And there’s some truth to that statement. Consider this: There are four Warriors players and 53 NBA players that made more money than Curry this season. Lucky for him he’s making a cool $12 million in estimated endorsements off-the-court, according to Forbes. Still, come contract negotiation time, you can bet the back-to-back MVP winner will be angling for a significant pay bump.
So to celebrate the NBA Finals, we ranked the 10 highest-paid Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors players based on how much their contracts pay for the 2015-2016 season. Take a look at the players below, take a guess at how much they make, then click on the image to find out.