Below are the Milwaukee Bucks’ financial commitments through the 2021-2022 NBA season. Superstar forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is currently Milwaukee’s highest paid player, with a four-year, $100 million contract under his belt.
Salary cap notes:
Blue – Designates that a player has a player option for that season
Orange – Designates that the team has a club option for that season
Gray – Designates a non-guaranteed salary for that season
Rookies Bronson Koenig, JeQuan Lewis, and Jalen Moore all have inked contracts with the Bucks. The terms of their respective deals have yet to be announced, but will become official once the season draws closer. Koenig and Moore were signed to two-way contracts by Milwaukee, which will allow the Bucks to assign Koenig and Moore to the NBA’s Gatorade League without losing them to another NBA team. The Bucks have a new G-League team this year, in the Wisconsin Herd.
Milwaukee will be paying center Larry Sanders a salary of $1,865,546 every year until 2022. Sanders was bought out of a four-year, $44 million contract with the Bucks on February 21, 2015. The Bucks elected to use the stretch provision on Sanders after Sanders walked away from basketball until 2017.