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Euroleague 05-13-2012 07:53 AM

Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
Euroleague, Eurocup, EuroChallenge:

These are the net income salaries (after taxes) and in euros. Salaries in the Spanish League are temporarily for this season gross income (before taxes), due to the economic crisis, so don't get confused by that if the numbers look different, as some sites list the gross amount wrongly as the net amount for Spanish ACB League players.

Keep in mind that these are the base salaries of the players, and do not include the player's bonus salaries, like their apartments/houses, cars, etc., that are provided to them by their clubs.

Keep in mind also that NBA salaries are listed in gross terms (before taxes) and in $US dollars, so that's a big difference.


Highest Paid Professional Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season:


1. Andrei Kirilenko - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €4.0 million euros net income salary

2. Nenad Krstic - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €3.0 million euros net income salary

3. Vassilis Spanoulis - Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece)
- €2.5 million euros net income salary

4. Dimitris Diamantidis - Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
- €2.0 million euros net income salary

5. Mike Batiste - Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
- €1.9 million euros net income salary

6. Milos Teodosic - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €1.9 million euros net income salary

7. Sasha Vujacic - Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- €1.9 million euros net income salary

8. Juan Carlos Navarro - Barcelona Basket (Spain)
- €1.884 million euros net income salary

9. David Andersen - Montepashi Siena (Italy)
- €1.8 million euros net income salary

10. Panagiotis Vasilopoulos - Olympiacos Piraeus (Greece)
- €1.8 million euros net income salary

11. Sergey Bykov - Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia)
- €1.8 million euros net income salary

12. Viktor Khryapa - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €1.6 million euros net income salary

13. Ioannis Bourousis - Olympia Milano (Italy)
- €1.5 million euros net income salary

14. Antonis Fotsis - Olympia Milano (Italy)
- €1.5 million euros net income salary

15. Ksystof Lavrinovic - Montepaschi Siena (Italy)
- €1.5 million euros net income salary

16. Ramunas Siskauskas - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €1.5 million euros net income salary

17. Marcelo Huertas - Barcelona Basket (Spain)
- €1.413 million euros net income salary

18. Fran Vazquez - Barcelona Basket (Spain)
- €1.413 million euros net income salary

19. David Hawkins - Besiktas (Turkey)
- €1.3 million euros net income salary

20. Stanko Barac - Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- €1.2 million euros net income salary

21. Darjus Lavrinovic - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €1.2 million euros net income salary

22. Loukas Mavrokefalidis - Spartak St. Petersburg (Russia)
- €1.2 million euros net income salary

23. Ali Traore - Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia)
- €1.2 million euros net income salary

24. Mirza Teletovic - Baskonia Vitoria (Spain)
- €1.178 million euros net income salary

25. Fernando San Emeterio - Baskonia Vitoria (Spain)
- €1.178 million euros net income salary

26. Sergio Rodriguez - Real Madrid (Spain)
- €1.178 million euros net income salary

27. Chuck Eidson - Barcelona Basket (Spain)
- €1.096 million euros net income salary

28. Bo McCalebb - Montepaschi Siena (Italy)
- €1.150 million euros net income salary

29. Romain Sato - Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
- €1.1 million euros net income salary

30. Jamont Gordon - CSKA Moscow (Russia)
- €1.1 million euros net income salary

31. Benjamin Eze - Olympia Milano (Italy)
- €1.1 million euros net income salary

32. Erazem Lorbek - Barcelona Basket (Spain)
- €1.020 million euros net income salary

33. Roko Ukic - Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

34. Bojan Bogdanovic - Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

35. Henry Domercant - UNICS Kazan (Russia)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

36. Dusko Savanovic - Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

37. Casey Jacobsen - ALBA Berlin (Germany)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

38. Rimantas Kaukenas - Montepaschi Siena (Italy)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

39. Sergey Monya - Khimky Moscow Region (Russia)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

40. Zoran Planinic - Khimky Moscow Region (Russia)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

41. Vitaly Fridzon - Khimky Moscow Region (Russia)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

42. Jeremiah Massey - Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

43. Kerem Tunceri - Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

44. Kerem Gonlum - Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

45. Mirsad Turkcan - Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

46. Omer Onan - Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)
- €1.0 million euros net income salary

Fiba basketball 05-13-2012 08:57 AM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
Eveyone except Vujacic in first 10 deserved that money with their performance .

chains5000 05-13-2012 05:30 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
WTF is Sergio Rodriguez doing in that list?

Euroleague 05-13-2012 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by chains5000
WTF is Sergio Rodriguez doing in that list?


Real Madrid management. I mean, we will probably find out that Draper got paid more than McCalebb asked to sign with them.

Sakkreth 05-24-2012 03:53 PM

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Saras was clearly a steal this season then. It was a risk tho.

Euroleague 05-25-2012 03:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Sakkreth
Saras was clearly a steal this season then. It was a risk tho.


He did have a really good season. But he was horrible the last 2 seasons, and 3 seasons ago, he only played well at the Euroleague Final Four, and was bad the rest of the season. So it makes sense why teams were afraid to sign him, as you said it was a risk.

I guess he got his confidence back after playing at EuroBasket over the summer, and doing pretty well.

But this season, he was good in Euroleague, good in Greek Cup, and good in the Greek League. However, he has been pretty awful so far in the Greek League Finals. But, he's probably just tired due to age. Hopefully, he's not burnt out before the 2012 Olympic qualifiers start.

Still, he's playing way better than Nick Calathes is, but that's not saying much.

Supposedly, Sarunas Jasikevicius got paid a base salary of €220,000 euros net income this season from Panathinaikos. So yeah, all things considered, that he had a good Greek Cup Final game and a good Euroleague semifinal game, that was pretty much a bargain.

By comparison, Nick Calathes is getting €900,000 euros net income this season from Panathinaikos, and he has pretty much sucked for most of the season. Funny thing is that supposedly, the Mavs want to sign Calathes. The NBA is so funny, the way they covet guys like Dragic, Jennings, Lawson, Rubio, and Calathes that pretty much sucked in the Euroleague.

Euroleague 06-15-2012 02:16 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
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Originally Posted by Fiba basketball
Eveyone except Vujacic in first 10 deserved that money with their performance .


Don't forget Vasilopoulos. He played zero games in Euroleague and only 5 games in Greek League, due to injuries.

As far as Sergio Rodriguez goes.......he started to earn his salary in the Spanish League playoffs.

Fiba basketball 06-15-2012 05:34 PM

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Real is going to pay Draper 300 000 for next season .

Euroleague 06-15-2012 06:27 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
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Originally Posted by Fiba basketball
Real is going to pay Draper 300 000 for next season .


So they are actually not overpaying him........

Fiba basketball 06-15-2012 06:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Euroleague
So they are actually not overpaying him........

I was very suprised when I heard that he isnt getting more . But Real is probably going to sign some great player that will want alot of money so they need to save some money

Euroleague 06-16-2012 11:13 AM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
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Originally Posted by Fiba basketball
I was very suprised when I heard that he isnt getting more . But Real is probably going to sign some great player that will want alot of money so they need to save some money


Well, he isn't a great player, but supposedly Real is close to signing Rudy Fernandez, at 1.74 million euros net a season.

Fiba basketball 06-16-2012 01:23 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Euroleague
Well, he isn't a great player, but supposedly Real is close to signing Rudy Fernandez, at 1.74 million euros net a season.

I heard that too but I was thinking that they might sign some great pg because Draper and Rodrigez or Llull isnt good rotation for team with Reals ambitions .

Fiba basketball 06-16-2012 02:30 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
I know he isnt a player but there are rumors that Fenerbahce offered Ivkovic 1.8 million and that Efes is prepearing big offer for him too .

Euroleague 06-16-2012 06:09 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Fiba basketball
I know he isnt a player but there are rumors that Fenerbahce offered Ivkovic 1.8 million and that Efes is prepearing big offer for him too .


If he joins one of them, after telling Olympiacos owners that he could not continue due to old age..........

Especially at the same amount Olympiacos supposedly offered........

Surely there is no way Ivkovic would do something like that. It makes no sense. Considering one team (Olympiacos) is at the top and getting better, while the other two are failures every year.

Euroleague 06-16-2012 06:10 PM

Re: Highest Paid Basketball Players In Europe 2011-12 Season
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Fiba basketball
I heard that too but I was thinking that they might sign some great pg because Draper and Rodrigez or Llull isnt good rotation for team with Reals ambitions .


I have heard that they want to try to get McCalebb from Siena. But good luck getting a buyout from Minucci.


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