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Magic Salaries

2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
Channing Frye $   8,560,707 $   8,175,476 $   7,807,579 $   7,456,238
Glen Davis $   6,600,000
Victor Oladipo $   4,978,200 $   5,192,520 $   6,552,961 $   8,551,614
Ben Gordon $   4,500,000 $   4,500,000
Aaron Gordon $   3,992,027 $   4,171,607 $   4,351,316 $   5,504,415 $   7,260,323
Al Harrington $   3,804,900
Nikola Vucevic $   2,751,260 $   3,865,520
Luke Ridnour $   2,750,000 $   2,750,000
Elfrid Payton $   2,397,840 $   2,505,720 $   2,613,600 $   3,332,340 $   4,538,647
Tobias Harris $   2,380,594 $   3,394,727
Jameer Nelson $   2,000,000
Maurice Harkless $   1,887,840 $   2,894,059 $   4,045,894
Anthony Randolph $   1,825,359
Andrew Nicholson $   1,545,840 $   2,380,593 $   3,394,726
Evan Fournier $   1,483,920 $   2,288,205 $   3,278,997
Willie Green $   1,448,490
Kyle O’Quinn $       915,243 $  1,181,348
Devyn Marble $       884,879 $      845,059 $     980,431 $   1,214,746
Dewayne Dedmon $       816,482 $      947,276 $  1,215,696
$ 55,523,581 $ 45,092,110 $ 34,241,200 $ 26,059,353 $ 11,798,970

 

Green-Player Option
Grey-Unguaranteed
Red-Qualifying Offer
Blue-Team Option

*Under the new CBA, teams must have a minimum payroll that is at least 90% of the salary cap. The current cap for 2014-2015 is $63.065M – meaning a minimum payroll of $56,758,500.  If the team doesn’t meet the minimum payroll, then the difference between the minimum cap line and actual line is spread out among the current roster. The Tax Line, which isn’t important for Orlando this season, is at $76.829M.

Player Notes:

Devyn Marble – Estimated salary based on report of 3-year deal.

Anthony RandolphAcquired in trade from Bulls on 07/14/2014 and waived. Final year of contract guaranteed.

Jameer NelsonWaived on 06/30/2014. Final year was partially guaranteed at $2M.

Jason Maxiell – Waived on 07/04/2014. 2nd year of contract was fully non-guaranteed.

Doron Lamb – Waived on 06/30/2014. Contract was fully non-guaranteed.

Ronnie Price – Waived on 07/02/2014. 2nd year of contract was fully non-guaranteed.

Al HarringtonWaived on 08/02/2013. Final two years were 50% guaranteed.

Dewayne Dedmon – 2014/15 salary becomes $250K guaranteed if not waived prior to opening night. 2015/16 salary becomes fully guaranteed if not waived prior to August 1st, 2015.

Notes brought over from Sham Sports, Hoopsworld, RealGM, and other random sources on the internetz.

Draft Picks:

2015 – Owe second-rounder to Philadelphia 76ers (Elfrid Payton).

2015 – Owed second-rounder from Chicago Bulls (Best of Bulls/Blazers).

2015 – Owed second-rounder (top-40 protected) from Los Angeles Lakers (Dwight Howard).

2016 – Owed second-rounder from Chicago Bulls (Best of Bulls/Blazers).

2017 – Owed first-rounder (top-5 protected through 2018, unprotected in 2019) from Los Angeles Lakers (Dwight Howard).

For a look at how rookie salaries impact the cap, click here for an explanation.

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  1. OtisMom permalink
    October 28, 2012

    Our worst player has the best contract…
    High 5 Otis!

  2. Jason Howard permalink
    June 25, 2014

    Let’s trade Nelson and affalo get rid of maxwell and price get back some draft pics like saric who we don’t have to pay and draft noah,elfrid and nursick sign fa Lowery and lebron and a couple of vets

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