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Phoenix Suns Players’ Salaries for the 2022-23 NBA Season

Let's take a look at how the team is working on motivating the players through the financial factor.

Phoenix Suns will be heading in this season following a tumultuous journey in the recent past. First, it was their defeat against the Mavericks in the playoffs of the last season. And then it was their majority owner, Robert Sarver getting banned for his record of emanating racist remarks and activities. Well, for a positive, this could prove as a pushing factor for the team to perform better this season. Let’s take a look at how the team is working on motivating the players through the financial factor. Read along to find Phoenix Suns Players’ Salaries for the NBA 2022-23 season.

Phoenix Suns Players’ Salaries for the 2022-23 NBA Season

Phoenix Suns apart from all the non-gaming drama witnessed some from their players as well. DeAndre Ayton, apparently, in quest of leaving the Suns found a deal with the Pacers. However, the Phoenix Suns matched the offer to clinch him back. With a total salary cap of $123,655,000 and their best bet Devin Booker signing a fresh deal, let’s take a look at what individual salary cap looks like for the players in the team.

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Devin Booker – $33,833,400

Booker signed a 5-year contract with the team in 2019 worth $159,253,000. His annual average salary according to that sits at $31,650,600. Moreover, Booker went on to sign a four-year extension in 2022 worth $224 million. The deal will come into play in 2024.

DeAndre Ayton – $30,913,750

To match the offer by the Pacers, the Suns offered a 4-year contract in 2022 worth $132,232,128. He will get $30,913,750 in salary for this season with his annual average salary quoted as $33,232,282.

Chris Paul – $28,400,000

Chris Paul signed a 4-year contract in 2021 worth $120 million, with $75 million guaranteed. His salary for this season is $28,400,000 and carries an annual average salary of around $30 million.

Mikal Bridges – $21 million

Mikal Bridges signed a 4-year contract in 2022 with the Suns worth $90,900,000. He gets a salary of $21 million this season with an annual average salary of $22,725,000.

Jae Crowder – $10,183,800

Crowder will continue with the team as per his 3-year contract signed in 2020. The contract was worth $29,162,700 with a calculated average annual salary sitting at $9,720,900.

Landry Shamet – $9,500,000

Landry Shamet signed a 4-hear contract in 2022 worth $42,500,000. The deal offers $19,750,000 as the guaranteed sum. His annual average salary with the Suns is $10,625,000.

Dario Saric – $9,240,000

Dario Saric will continue with his 3-year contract signed in 2020 worth $27 million. He’s getting around $9,240,000 for this season as per the annual average salary of $9 million.

Cameron Payne – $6 million

Cameron Payne signed a 3-year contract in 2021 worth $19 million. The deal states $14,500,000 as the guaranteed sum. His average annual salary sits at $6,333,333 as per the deal.

Cameron Johnson – $5,887,899

Cameron Johnson assists the team per his 4-year contract worth $18,593,499. He’ll get $5,887,899 for this season as his average annual salary is put at $4,648,375.

Torrey Craig – $5,121,951

Torrey Craig signed a 2-year contract worth $10 million with Indiana Pacers. The Phoenix Suns are paying him $5,121,951 in salary for this season while his annual average salary sits at $5 million.

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Ayushi Singh
Ayushi Singhhttp://thesportslite.com
Ayushi is a Journalism and Mass Communication undergraduate. An avid sports enthusiast, with an inclination towards Cricket. Likes to be well informed, as she likes to be well read. Will be found indulging in a book if not in India's 2011 WC win highlights.
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