Which NBA player has the highest earnings?

The league has been looking for ways to generate more revenue, and while they have the luxury of not having to pay players, they have a hard time making that happen.

According to Forbes, NBA teams have made a total of $9.9 billion in revenue in the past four years, and are expected to spend about $6 billion on players this year.

In other words, it’s easy to say that some players earn more than others, but it’s not easy to get a true picture of how much the average player makes.

The league is known for making the “best” players look good.

For instance, it was reported earlier this year that the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry was paid $7 million per year by his new team, the Los Angeles Clippers, for six years, according to The Associated Press.

The Warriors, a team with a cap of $75 million, were expected to pay Curry about $2 million per season.

The NBA has a policy of “max salaries” for all players, which means a player can be paid as much as $80 million per contract, per ESPN.

The average NBA player is paid about $23 million annually.

So, if the average salary for the NBA is $23.6 million per player, how much is the average $7.9 million per NBA player worth?

The answer is $6.3 million per average player.

The Forbes data also shows that the median salary for an NBA player in 2015 was $13.1 million per annum.

If we assume the average NBA salary is $13 million per team, we get $2.9m for each NBA team.

To put that in perspective, the average annual salary for a player in the NBA for the past three years was $15.1m.

That means the average team in the league earned $6,521,726.93.

That’s not quite as good as the NBA’s total revenues of $20,934,959.85 in the same time period, but this is still an impressive number for an entire league.

Here’s a look at how much each NBA player made during the past year: NBA Players by Salary, 2015 NBA Players Salary, 2016 NBA Players Average Salary, Average Salary per Team, 2015 (through 2021-22) NBA Players Team Average Salary Salary, Team Average (through 2020-21) 1 Stephen Curry, Golden State $7,039,958,971 $5,836,094,072 $1,081,837,973 $731,099,724,823 $738,858,873 2 DeAndre Jordan, Dallas $5.7 million $2,637,547,849 $2 for $8,717,903 $1 for $1 $1 3 Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City $2 billion $1.8 million $8.5 million $5 for $2 $3,879,532 $2 9,087,541,955 $7 9,857,065,569 $6 12,531,539,749 $6 16,058,913,845 $5 18,567,846,564 $6 22,534,068,542 $5 28,066,839,838 $5 30,566,067,543 $5 32,038,049,527 $4 34,037,632,835 $4 38,064,816,070 $4 40,565,063,967 $4 42,545,814,822 $4 44,548,098,824 $4 46,088,859,060 $4 48,062,636,546 $4 50,827,535,908 $4 54,735,826,854 $4 57,034,853,895 $4 62,918,788,937 $4 65,764,964,047 $4 69,933,944,819 $4 72,033,867,741 $4 75,746,069,947 $5 78,856,043,036 $5 82,936,872,942 $4 87,917,744,932 $5 93,522,538,624 $5 98,721,524,716 $5 102,519,523,722 $5 107,851,812,829 $5 109,054,817,831 $5 112,743,935,6