Only 1 player in the top 15 highest-paid players in the NBA reached the Conference Finals – La Opinion

Only 1 player in the top 15 highest-paid players in the NBA reached the Conference Finals – La Opinion

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This Sunday the NBA Conference Finals were defined. Only 1 player from the top 15 most paid players jwill play in the instances to reach the final.

The top 15 highest-paid NBA players earn more than $40 million per year. Only Rudy Gobert remains the highest-paid player with a chance at the title.

Gobert plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves who eliminated the Denver Nuggets. The French center and Defender of the Year is ranked 13th among the highest paid in the NBA.

This is the top 15 most paid players in the NBA in 2024:

Steph Curry, $51.9M – Eliminated

Joel Embiid, $47.6M – Eliminated

Lebron James, $47.6M – Eliminated

Nikola Jokic, $47.6M – Eliminated

Bradley Beal, $47.6M – Eliminated

Kevin Durant, $46.4M – Eliminated

Damian Lillard, $45.6M – Eliminated

Giannis Antetokounmpo, $45.6M – Eliminated

Kawhi Leonard, $45.6M – Eliminated

Paul George, $45.6M – Eliminated

Jimmy Butler, $45.1M – Eliminated

Klay Thompson, $43.2M – Eliminated

Rudy Gobert, $41M – Rated

Fred VanVleet, $40.8M – Eliminated

Anthony Davis, $40.6M – Eliminated

What will the NBA Conference Finals be?

The NBA Conference Finals begin this Tuesday with the East. The Indiana Pacers against the Boston Celtics.

By the West, The Minnesota Timberwolves will play their second conference final against the Dallas Mavericks.

After the elimination of the Denver Nuggets, this season there will be a new NBA champion. Minnesota and Indiana do not have NBA titles, while the most recent champione among these four teams are the Dallas Mavericks in 2011.

Karl Anthony Towns happy after eliminating Denver

Dominican Karl Anthony Towns, one of the protagonists of the Minnesota Timberwolves’ victory against the Denver Nuggets (98-90) He assured that this is the time to take advantage of the opportunity and go all the way in the NBA.

“We are very happy for this moment, we cannot even think about the next series (West finals against the Dallas Mavericks). If we continue playing like the Wolves we are going to get results,” Towns said after the Denver game.

The Dominican was the protagonist with 23 points, 12 rebounds and a great defensive performance against Serbian Nikola Jokic in the victory that gave the Wolves a pass to the Western finals for the first time in 20 years.

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