Message Bookmarked

Bookmark Removed

the great nba salary cap jump of 2016 opened the door to some of the worst contracts we may ever see. ranked in order of total amount:

### Poll Results

Option | Votes |

Chandler Parsons, Memphis Grizzlies -- 4 years, $94.8M | 7 |

Timofey Mozgov, Los Angeles Lakers -- 4 years, $64M | 2 |

Joakim Noah, New York Knicks -- 4 years, $72M | 2 |

Evan Turner, Portland Trail Blazers -- 4 years, $75M | 2 |

Ryan Anderson, Houston Rockets -- 4 years, $80M | 1 |

Matthew Dellavedova, Milwaukee Bucks -- 4 years, $38.4M | 1 |

Solomon Hill, New Orleans Pelicans -- 4 years, $48M | 1 |

Nicolas Batum, Charlotte Hornets -- 5 years, $120M | 1 |

Jon Leuer, Detroit Pistons -- 4 years, $42M | 0 |

Courtney Lee, New York Knicks -- 4 years, $48M | 0 |

Tyler Johnson, Miami Heat -- 4 years, $50M | 0 |

Miles Plumlee, Milwaukee Bucks -- 4 years, $52M | 0 |

Ian Mahinmi, Washington Wizards -- 4 years, $64M | 0 |

Bismack Biyombo, Orlando Magic -- 4 years, $70M | 0 |

Dwight Howard, Atlanta Hawks -- 3 years, $70M | 0 |

Kent Bazemore, Atlanta Hawks -- 4 years, $70M | 0 |

Allen Crabbe, Portland Trail Blazers -- 4 years, $75M | 0 |

Harrison Barnes, Dallas Mavs -- 4 years, $94M | 0 |

other (write in) | 0 |

― Spottie, Tuesday, 20 October 2020 17:06 *(six months ago)* link

**You must be logged in to post. Please either login here, or if you are not registered, you may register here.**