Groupies Start Your Engines: The 10 Highest Paid Players In The NBA

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Athletes & Hoes, Making it Rain on Them Hoes, Multi
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Highest Paid NBA Players

The folks at Forbes are back at it again with a list of the NBA's highest players right now. The 10 athletes have a combined income of $340 million. You groupies better get on your grizzlies and holler at these guys.
gasol No. 10: Pau Gasol Earnings: $21.5 million On-court: $19 million Off-court: $2.5 million
Chris-Paul No. 9: Chris Paul Earnings: $24.8 million On-court: $17.8 million Off-court: $7 million
Dwight-Howard2 No. 8: Dwight Howard Earnings: $26.5 million On-court: $19.5 million Off-court: $7 million
Amar'e Stoudemirex-large No. 7: Amar'e Stoudemire Earnings: $27.9 million On-court: $19.9 million Off-court: $8 million
carmelo No. 6: Carmelo Anthony Earnings: $28.4 million On-court: $19.4 million Off-court: $9 million
Kevin Durant No. 5: Kevin Durant Earnings: $29.7 million On-court: $16.7 million Off-court: $13 million
Dwyane Wade No. 4: Dwyane Wade Earnings: $30.2 million On-court: $17.2 million Off-court: $13 million
Derrick Rose No. 3: Derrick Rose Earnings: $32.4 million On-court: $16.4 million Off-court: $16 million
LeBron-Chip No. 2: LeBron James Earnings: $57.6 million On-court: $17.6 million Off-court: $40 million
President Barack Obama, standing with Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, holds a personalized team jersey in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, during a ceremony where he honored the 2009 NBA basketball champions Los Angeles Lakers. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) No. 1: Kobe Bryant Earnings: $59.8 million On-court: $27.8 million Off-court: $32 million

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