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How much does a second round NBA draft pick make?
Answer (1 of 4): Second round picks aren’t subject to the rookie wage scale. Theoretically, you could sign a second-round pick for a max deal as far as I know, although any player with not just the talent but the leverage to command such a contract would have to be a known quantity, good enough b...
How much does a second round NBA draft pick make?
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Second round picks aren’t subject to the rookie wage scale. Theoretically, you could sign a second-round pick for a max deal as far as I know, although any player with not just the talent but the leverage to command such a contract would have to be a known quantity, good enough by far to have been selected in the first round.
In practice, the lack of a prenegotiated wage scale hardly ever works substantially in the newly drafted rookie’s favor. The team will usually take the opportunity to offer fewer guaranteed seasons and/or a contract nearer to the minimum salary level. In the case of a high
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Why does number one NBA draft picks usually not turn out to be their draft class' best player?
The short answer is because teams draft players on the basis of their immediate needs. A team that is in badly need of a center will most likely draft the best in that position even if the best player overall happens to be a point guard or a shooting guard.
Having said that, there have been instances when the number one draft pick was indeed the best player in the draft as exemplified by Lew Alcindor aka Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1969), Magic Johnson (1979), Patrick Ewing (1985), David Robinson (1987), Shaquille O’ Neal (1992), Allen Iverson (1996), Tim Duncan (1997), LeBron James (2003), Kyrie Irvi
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2nd round draft picks tends to get less guaranteed years (none, 1 to 2 years), few increments above the minimum salary in their team controlled contracts, or less desirable 2-way contract and being stashed in G League for development. Worst yet, being told to play in overseas while the whichever current team hold your draft rights.
Technically speaking there is no maximum salary cap like the preset salary for being selected in the first round. However, anyone worth keeping for more than two years will definitely get taken in the first round as the team will get two additional years of team cont
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Which NBA draft class had the best top 5 picks?
Three draft classes have a claim to the best top-five picks: 1984, 1996, and 2003. I'll go into some detail about each of them before making my pick.
Each of these draft classes includes at least two future Hall of Famers, and not the Bill Bradley/Dave Bing kind of HoFers. We're talking generational talents. However, two of these drafts include arguably the biggest busts of their generation, so we'll take that into account too. Let's go chronologically.
The 1984 draft had four generational talents, and three of them went in the top five. It tops most lists of "the greatest draft classes of a
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Who are some NBA 2nd round draft picks that turned out much better than expected?
Dennis Rodman, Marc Gasol, Manu Ginobili, Draymond Green, Isaiah Thomas, Nikola Jokic were all 2nd round picks. As far as much better than expected, I’d said Rodman.
Rodman was often benched or cut from teams. High school coaches said he wasn’t athletic like his sisters. He even said he couldn’t hit a layup back then. He had a massive but late growth spurt. He flunked out of Cooke County College. He transfered and played NAIA basketball at SE Oklahoma State Univ. He got the attention of the Pi...
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Is Manu Ginobili the best NBA second round draft pick of all time?
First I must say that I though that easy answer here was “The Iceman” George Gervin. But I checked and then in 1974 when he was picked 40th he was third round pick.
If we count second round only, then my Top 3 picks are Manu Ginobili, Dennis Rodman and Marc Gasol.
NBA rookie contracts and salaries, explained: How much top draft picks will make in 2022
After teams make their picks at the NBA Draft, contract negotiations typically don't take long because there is a rookie scale set before each season.
NBA rookie contracts and salaries, explained: How much top draft picks will make in 2022-23
Jordan Greer 21 hours ago • 4 min read
The 2021-22 NBA season is over, but if you work in a team's front office, the hard work is just beginning.
With the NBA Playoffs now in the rear-view mirror, the focus of general managers around the league has shifted to the NBA Draft. After all of the picks are made on Thursday night, they will then be tasked with reconstructing their rosters in free agency.
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Given the proximity of those two big events on the NBA calendar, you may be wondering how much money rookies earn after signing their contracts and the impact those deals will have on the rest of the offseason.
Here's a closer look at the kind of deals that first-year players can sign.MORE: Tracking latest news, leaks, trade buzz ahead of NBA Draft
NBA rookie contracts and salaries, explained
After teams make their picks at the NBA Draft, contract negotiations typically don't take long because there is a rookie scale set before each season. The scale changes each year based on the salary cap, and a player's draft position dictates how much money he will make on his first contract (more on that below).
Teams may sign their first-round picks for any amount between 80 percent and 120 percent of the figure given on the rookie scale. Second-round picks and free agents aren't forced to sign contracts based on the rookie scale.
NBA rookie contracts and salaries for 2021 draft picks
The salary cap for the 2022-23 season has not been set, so the rookie scale has not yet been finalized. However, we can get a general idea of how the rookie scale will look by examining the 2021-22 rookie scale.
As a recent example, Cade Cunningham, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, earned $10.05 million in the first year of his deal, which was nearly 120 percent of the figure on the rookie scale. Jalen Green, Evan Mobley and Scottie Barnes each made at least $6 million in 2021-22.
You can see the rookie scale figures for the top 10 picks in last year's draft class below.
(Full rookie scale figures available at Spotrac.com)Pick 2021-22 2022-23 2023-24 2024-25
No. 1 $8.4M $8.8M $9.2M $11.6M
No. 2 $7.5M $7.9M $8.2M $10.4M
No. 3 $6.7M $7.1M $7.4M $9.4M
No. 4 $6.1M $6.4M $6.7M $8.4M
No. 5 $5.5M $5.8M $6.9M $7.7M
No. 6 $5.0M $5.2M $5.5M $7.0M
No. 7 $4.6M $4.8M $5.0M $6.4M
No. 8 $4.2M $4.4M $4.6M $5.8M
No. 9 $3.8M $4.0M $4.2M $5.4M
No. 10 $3.6M $3.8M $4.0M $5.1M
NBA mock draft 2022
Here are the latest projected picks for the 2022 NBA Draft, according to TSN's Kyle Irving:1. Magic: Jabari Smith Jr., F, Auburn2. Thunder: Chet Holmgren, F/C, Gonzaga3. Rockets: Paolo Banchero, F, Duke 4. Kings: Jaden Ivey, G, Purdue5. Pistons: Shaedon Sharpe, G, Kentucky6. Pacers: Keegan Murray, F, Iowa7. Trail Blazers: Dyson Daniels, G, G League Ignite8. Pelicans (via Lakers): Bennedict Mathurin, G, Arizona9. Spurs: Jalen Duren, C, Memphis10. Wizards: Johnny Davis, G, WisconsinMORE: Who has been invited to 2022 NBA Draft green room?
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Here’s a look at the rookie contract scale for the 2022-23 first-round picks.
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NBA Prospect Chet Holmgren talks with Jaden Ivey during the 2022 NBA Draft Lottery at McCormick Place on May 17, 2022 in Chicago, Illinois. Photo by Jeff Haynes/NBAE via Getty Images
The 2022 NBA Draft will officially bring in a new class of talent to the league as teams look to land franchise-changing players. These players are also going to see their lives change, going into a completely different earnings bracket the moment they get selected. Here’s a look at the rookie salary scale for the 2022-23 season for first-round picks. Since second-round picks don’t get guaranteed contracts, there’s no set scale for those players.
2022-23 First Round Picks Rookie Salary Scale (via RealGM)
2022-23 Rookie Contract Scale
1 $9,089,300 $9,543,900 $9,998,400 2 $8,132,400 $8,539,200 $8,945,800 3 $7,303,100 $7,668,100 $8,033,400 4 $6,584,400 $6,913,700 $7,243,000 5 $5,962,600 $6,260,500 $6,558,700 6 $5,415,500 $5,686,300 $5,957,300 7 $4,943,700 $5,191,100 $5,438,000 8 $4,529,100 $4,755,600 $4,982,100 9 $4,163,100 $4,371,500 $4,579,500 10 $3,955,000 $4,152,700 $4,350,300 11 $3,757,200 $3,945,200 $4,133,200 12 $3,569,500 $3,748,100 $3,926,500 13 $3,390,900 $3,560,600 $3,730,100 14 $3,221,600 $3,382,600 $3,543,900 15 $3,060,100 $3,213,200 $3,366,200 16 $2,907,300 $3,052,700 $3,198,200 17 $2,761,800 $2,900,000 $3,038,100 18 $2,623,900 $2,755,000 $2,886,300 19 $2,505,700 $2,630,900 $2,756,500 20 $2,405,400 $2,525,600 $2,645,700 21 $2,309,100 $2,424,700 $2,540,200 22 $2,216,900 $2,327,700 $2,438,500 23 $2,128,300 $2,234,900 $2,340,900 24 $2,043,200 $2,145,400 $2,247,600 25 $1,961,300 $2,059,300 $2,157,600 26 $1,896,400 $1,991,000 $2,085,900 27 $1,841,600 $1,933,700 $2,026,000 28 $1,830,200 $1,922,000 $2,013,400 29 $1,817,100 $1,907,800 $1,998,700 30 $1,803,800 $1,893,900 $1,984,400
Players can sign for anywhere from 80% to 120% of this scale. That means the No. 1 overall pick can sign for anywhere between $7.271 million and 10.907 million for that first year. That percentage would carry over to the remaining years.
The fourth-year team option salary is determined by the team option value for the third year. It’s a set percentage increase detailed below. The fifth year for first-round picks is actually a qualifying offer, which is a precursor to restricted free agency. That amount is determined using a set percentage increase from the fourth-year team option.
2022-23 First Round Picks Year 4 and 5 Salary Determinations (via Real GM)
Increases in Year 4 and 5 for Rookie Scale
1 26.10% 30.00% 2 26.20% 30.50% 3 26.40% 31.20% 4 26.50% 31.90% 5 26.70% 32.60% 6 26.80% 33.40% 7 27.00% 34.10% 8 27.20% 34.80% 9 27.40% 35.50% 10 27.50% 36.20% 11 32.70% 36.90% 12 37.80% 37.60% 13 42.90% 38.30% 14 48.10% 39.10% 15 53.30% 39.80% 16 53.40% 40.50% 17 53.60% 41.20% 18 53.80% 41.90% 19 54.00% 42.60% 20 54.20% 43.30% 21 59.30% 44.10% 22 64.50% 44.80% 23 69.70% 45.50% 24 74.90% 46.20% 25 80.10% 46.90% 26 80.30% 47.60% 27 80.40% 48.30% 28 80.50% 49.00% 29 80.50% 50.00% 30 80.50% 50.00%
As you can see with this sliding scale, the difference between going in the lottery and going at the end of the first round can have massive implications for a player’s bank account. All the first-round picks have this guaranteed scale, which makes the end of the round intriguing as the No. 30 pick gets this guarantee while the No. 31 pick has to play on a non-guaranteed contract as the first pick of the second round.
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