Udonis Haslem has been part of all three championship-winning teams in the Miami Heat’s franchise history. Across his 20 twenty seasons in the league, Haslem has spent the entirety of his NBA career with the Heat. Now in his final season before retirement, how much is Udonis Haslem earning from his NBA contract?
Haslem has become the longest-serving Heat player in their franchise history. Currently on a one-year minimum contract worth $2.9 million, Haslem is earning a similar salary for the running season. As the Miami Heat face the Denver Nuggets in the 2023 NBA Finals, fans can’t wait to see who will be crowned the champions of the NBA.
Whether Haslem will add yet another championship ring to his trophy cabinet and retire in style remains to be seen. Meanwhile, here’s a comprehensive breakdown of Udonis Haslem’s contracts and salary details.
Udonis Haslem signed his one-year minimum contract worth $2,905,851 with the Miami Heat in August 2022. The contract came with $2,905,851 guaranteed at signing and an average salary of $2,905,851 annually.
For the 2022-23 season, Haslem earned a base salary of $2,905,851 with a dead cap and cap hit value of $2,905,851. He has to date, earned over $70 million from his player salaries across the 20 seasons in the NBA. Udonis Haslem will become an Unrestricted Free Agent in 2023, but the Heat legend has announced that he will retire by the end of the current season.
Ritvik Malhotra is an NBA editor and writer for FirstSportz. He has previously worked with renowned media outlets such as FootTheBall and EssentiallySports. He has been following the NBA for nearly a decade and has been a diehard fan of Kevin Durant since his heydays with the Oklahoma City Thunder. When not writing about the beautiful game, he enjoys his rock playlist.
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