Los Angeles Lakers Team Salary

Player 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Kobe Bryant $24,806,250 $25,240,000 $27,840,000 $30,450,000
Pau Gasol $17,823,000 $18,714,150 $19,000,000 $19,285,850
Andrew Bynum $13,700,000 $14,900,000 $16,100,000
Lamar Odom $8,200,000 $8,900,000 $8,200,000
Ron Artest $6,322,320 $6,790,640 $7,258,960 $7,727,280
Sasha Vujacic $5,475,113
Luke Walton $5,260,000 $5,680,000 $5,800,000
Steve Blake $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000
Derek Fisher $3,700,000 $3,700,000 $3,400,000
Shannon Brown $2,149,200 $2,374,866
Matt Barnes $1,765,000 $1,906,200
Theo Ratliff $1,352,181
Devin Ebanks $473,604 $736,420
Derrick Caracter $473,604 $736,420
TOTAL $92,500,272 $93,683,189 $91,608,109 $61,463,130 $0 $0

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Lakers, Celtics not holding anything back in early going

Kobe Bryant and the Lakers are running roughshod through the league. They're tops in the Power Rankings, too, but will they keep that perch all season?

Kobe Bryant and the Lakers are running roughshod through the league. They're tops in the Power Rankings, too, but will they keep that perch all season?

The lesson that the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers taught us last year — that great teams can pace themselves in the regular season and flip the switch once the playoffs begin — has apparently been forgotten by the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers.

With the exception of Boston’s post-opener hangover in Cleveland, the two conference champs have been perfect through the first two weeks of the season. While other contenders are still trying to find their rhythm or losing focus from night to night, the Lakers and Celtics have hit the ground running, despite injuries to key players. Read more of this post

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