Kyle Lowry is once again the highest-paid player on the Toronto Raptors as he's in line to rake in $33.3 million dollars this season, the third straight season he'll set a record for highest single-season salary in franchise history.
Here's a look at the highest-paid player on the roster every season since they started playing in 1995-96, courtesy of Basketball-Reference.com for salaries prior to this season.
One prominent name missing? Vince Carter. Although he was the team's first true star player, he was also never the highest-paid player on the team even after signing a 6-year, $85 million extension in the summer of 2001.
Lowry is among the NBA's highest-paid players for the upcoming season as his salary plus incentives of $35.0 million ranks 8th, one spot below LeBron James and one spot above Blake Griffin.