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How much does the highest paid basketball player make?

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2012-08-01 01:29:35
2012-08-01 01:29:35

Rishard Lewis 45 million in a year

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about 1,000,000 for professionals/ the very highest level


basketball players make different salaries. it just depends on how much the coach offers him for the season, and if the player accepts it




it depends on the player but my guess over millions


not every basketball player makes the same amount of money. it depends who it is and how good they are


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Truthfully, most basketball players don't make over 30 thousand dollars in a year, so probably not that much.


It can be anywhere from hundreds of thousands to tens of millions



depends on the position and team and where they play


The average salary of an NBA player is about 7 million dollars per year.


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The salary for an overseas professional basketball player can make anywhere from $1,500 a month to $20,000. It all depends on what division they're in.


they make nothing because they like cheese and crakers


It depends on how much you play and if your good. If your good and play a lot you can make up to 15,000,000 bucks.


In the 2009-10 season Kevin Garnett got paid $24.75million, the most during that season.


The lowest paid players make 400,000 and the highest paid makes 30,000,000.



The highest an English player makes is around 9-10mil. quid's a game.


The salary of a professional basketball player varies by team. The average salary of a pro basketball player is $5.5 million.


It depends on how much the players earns on his/her contract annually. The better the player, means a better contract and a higher salary.



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