Top 25 Highest-Paid NBA Players

Kobe Bryant

Who's the highest-paid NBA player of 2015? According to Business Insider, it is Kobe Bryant.

In his 20th season, Kobe is set earn $25 million in the final year of a two-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers among NBA salaries.

Check out the complete list of the NBA's highest-paid, and head over to BusinessInsider.com for a full breakdown of their contracts.

1. Kobe Bryant (LA Lakers) – $25 million
2. Joe Johnson (Brooklyn Nets) – $24.9 million
3. LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers) – $23 million
4. Carmelo Anthony (New York Knicks) – $22.9 million
5. Dwight Howard (Houston Rockets) – $22.4 million
6. Chris Bosh (Miami Heat) – $22.2. million
7. Chris Paul (LA Clippers) – $21.5 million
8. Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City Thunder) – $20.02 million
9. Derrick Rose (Chicago Bulls) – $20.1 million
10. Dwayne Wade (Miami Heat) – $20 million
11 (tie). DeAndre Jordan (LA Clippers) – $19.7 million
11 (tie). Brook Lopez (Brooklyn Nets) – $19.7 million
11 (tie). LaMarcus Aldridge (San Antonio Spurs) – $19.7 million
11 (tie). Kevin Love (Cleveland Cavaliers) – $19.7 million
11 (tie). Marc Gasol (Memphis Grizzlies) – $19.7 million
16. Blake Griffin (LA Clippers) – $18.9 million
17. Paul Millshap (Atlanta Hawks) – $18.7 million
18. Paul George (Indiana Pacers) – $17.1 million
19. Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) – $16.7 million
20 (tie). Kyrie Irving (Cleveland Cavaliers) – $16.4 million
20 (tie). Enes Kanter (Oklahoma City Thunder) – $16.4 million
20 (tie). Kawhi Leonard (San Antonio Spurs) – $16.4 million
20 (tie). Wesley Matthew (Dallas Mavericks) – $16.4 million
20 (tie). Greg Monroe (Milwaukee Bucks) – $16.4 million
25. Tobias Harris (Orlando Magic) – $16 million