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Who are the highest paid players in the NBA in the 2019-20 season?

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Your favourite NBA superstar is making a lot of money this season.

Take a look at the top 10 highest paid players in the NBA this season, as well as their contract length and when they'll become a free agent!

Highest paid players in the NBA

10. Paul George, LA Clippers

2019-20 salary: $33,005,556

Contract: Four years, $136,911,936

Free agent: 2022

9. Blake Griffin, Detroit Pistons

2019-20 salary: $34,449,964

Contract: Five years, $171,174,820

Free agent: 2022

8. Kyle Lowry, Toronto Raptors

2019-20 salary: $34,996,296

Contract: Three years, $100,000,000*

Free agent: 2020

*Lowry has reportedly signed a $31 million extension to keep him in Toronto through 2021.

7. LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers

2019-20 salary: $37,436,858

Contract: Four years, $153,312,846

Free agent: 2022

T-4. Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets

2019-20 salary: $38,199,000

Contract: Four years, $164,255,700

Free agent: 2023

T-4. James Harden, Houston Rockets

2019-20 salary: $38,199,000

Contract: Four years, $171,131,520

Free agent: 2023

T-4. John Wall, Washington Wizards

2019-20 salary: $38,199,000

Contract: Four years, $171,131,520

Free agent: 2023

T-2. Russell Westbrook, Houston Rockets

2019-20 salary: $38,506,482

Contract: Five years, $206,794,070

Free agent: 2023

T-2. Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder

2019-20 salary: $38,506,482

Contract: Four years, $159,730,592

Free agent: 2022

1. Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors

2019-20 salary: $40,231,758

Contract: Five years, $201,158,790

Free agent: 2022

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