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The most complicated contracts facing an NBA transfer

In the NBA there are mammoth contracts that are signed at any given time and that, due to circumstances, end up being devalued and end u


In the NBA there are mammoth contracts that are signed at any given time and that, due to circumstances, end up being devalued and end up becoming “insurmountable.” Here we show you some of those veteran player contracts that are difficult to enter into a negotiation (although everything is possible in the best basketball league in the world):

  • (Houston Rockets) 91.6 million through 2022/23 (he will be 32 when finished)
  • (Utah Jazz) 205 million through 2025/26 (he will be 33 when he ends)
  • (Cleveland Cavaliers) 60 million through 2022/23 (he will be 34 when finished)
  • (Miami Heat) 215 million until 2025/26 (he will be 36 when finished)
  • Tobias Harris (Philadelphia 76ers) 112 million through 2023/24 (he will be 31 when finished)
  • Jarrett allen (Cleveland Cavaliers) 100 million through 2025/26 (he will be 28 when finished)
  • (Golden State Warriors) 121 million through 2023/24 (he will be 34 when finished)
  • (Los Angeles Lakers) 91 million until 2022/23 (he will be 34 when it ends)
  • Gordon hayward (Charlotte Hornets) 91.5 million through 2023/24 (she will be 34 when done)
  • David bertans (Washington Wizards) 65 million through 2024/25 (he will be 32 when finished)
  • DeMar DeRozan (Chicago Bulls) 81.9 million through 2023/24 (he will be 34 when finished)
  • Kristaps Porzingis (Dallas Mavericks) 101 million through 2023/24 (he will be 28 when finished)
  • Chris paul (Phoenix Suns) 75 million through 2023/24 (he will be 39 when finished)
  • Paul george (Los Angeles Clippers) 176 million through 2024/25 (he will be 35 when finished)
  • Andrew Wiggins (Golden State Warriors) 121 million until 2023/24 (he will be 28 when finished)

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