Oklahoma City Thunder

Western Conference | Northwest Division

Oklahoma City Thunder team salaries 2020-21 season

Al Horford$27,500,000$27,000,000$26,500,000
Trevor Ariza$12,800,000
George Hill$9,590,602$10,047,297
Darius Miller$7,000,000
Justin Jackson$5,029,650$7,031,451
T.J. Leaf$4,326,825$6,139,765
Shai Gilgeous-Alexa.$4,141,320$5,495,532$7,523,383
Vincent Poirier$2,619,207$3,274,009
Darius Bazley$2,399,160$2,513,040$4,264,629$6,205,035
Ty Jerome$2,303,040$2,412,840$4,220,057$6,169,724
Mike Muscala$2,283,034
Kenrich Williams$2,000,000$2,000,000$2,000,000
Hamidou Diallo$1,663,861$2,079,826
Josh Gray$1,620,564$1,762,796$1,910,860
Isaiah Roby$1,517,981$1,782,621$1,930,681
Admiral Schofield$1,517,981$1,782,621$2,228,276
Luguentz Dort$1,517,981$1,782,621$1,930,681
Zylan Cheatham$1,445,697$1,701,593$1,846,738
Kyle Singler *$999,200$999,200$999,200
Patrick Patterson *$737,067$737,066
Frank JacksonN.D.
Moses BrownDual
Josh HallDual

* Player no longer with team

Non guaranteed
Player option
Early termination option
Team option
Qualifying offer
Two-Way contract

Salaries and contract types explanation

If the player is waived, he has the right to receive the complete contract amount.
Non guaranteed
Team can waive the player before preestablished dates, paying only a partial amount of the contract. Once season starts, all contracts become guaranteed for the rest of the season after January 10th.
Player option
If the player exercise the option before June 25th, he will remain with the team, otherwise he becomes a free agent.
Early termination option
Similar to player option. The player must exercise it before June 30th to become a free agent.
Team option
If the team doesn't exercise the option before July 1st, the player is released.
Qualifying offer
The player can accept qualifying offer and becomes a free agent (free to sign with any other team) at the end of the following season. If the player doesn't accept it, he becomes a restricted free agent (team has the right to match any offer sheet signed with other team).
Two-Way contract
A player on a Two-Way contract is principally a D-League player, but he can spend up to 45 days with his affiliate NBA team. His salary is pro-rated by day, depending on which team he is on, and he can only play for the affiliated NBA team while on a Two-Way contract.
Player retired due to medical reasons. Salary doesn't count against team salary cap.
Warning.- Salaries and conditions may be inaccurate given that no official data is released by NBA teams. Salaries data comes from the media and other non official sources.
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