In July, Steph Curry signed a 5-year deal worth $201,158,790.
- 2017-18 = $34,682,500
- 2018-19 = $37,457,153
- 2019-20 = $40,231,758
- 2020-21 = 43,006,362
- 2021-22 = $45,780,966
On Tuesday, ESPN's Darren Rovell and Bobby Marks examined Curry's salary for this season.
When you factor in everything, the two-time MVP's net pay is...
Here's how Rovell and Marks arrived at that number:
- 2017-18 escrow (10 percent) = -$3,468,255
- Federal taxes = -$11,655,683
- City/state taxes = -$4,105,453
- Agent fees (3 percent) = -$954,597
- 401K (max allowed) = -$18,000
- 2016-17 escrow = +$605,618
- Shortfall = +$177,725
Steph Curry pays a lot of money in taxes.
Steph Curry makes a lot of money.
When it comes to net pay, LeBron James ($16,737,751) is No. 1 and Paul Millsap ($15,563,401) is No. 2.
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller