Golden State Warriors Roster Salary, Stats and Records

The American professional basketball team, Golden State Warriors is based in Oakland, California and of course, plays in the NBA league. Nicknamed the Dubs, the Golden State Warriors are one of the only three charter members in the NBA; others are Boston Celtics and New York Knicks.

Having won the first-ever championship in 1946-47, the team was relocated to Bay Arena in 1962 where they were named ‘San Francisco Warriors’. With 18 Hall of Famers and several distinguished NBA players who eventually became members of the Greatest Players in NBA history, the team has won five NBA championships – in 1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, and 2017.

Golden State Warriors Roster Salary

The Warriors’ salary cap for 2020 is over $109 million and the figure is poised for an increase now and then. Here, we break down the roster salary of the Golden State Warriors.

1. Stephen Curry

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $43,006,362
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $45,780,966
  • Net Worth: $130 Million
  • Playing Position: Point Guard

Curry is currently one of the most successful players in the NBA; while ESPN ranked him among the most famous international athletes, Forbes named him among the world’s highest-paid celebrities for his endorsements.

He was selected with the seventh overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors on a contract worth $12.7 million over four years.

2. Klay Thompson

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $35,361,360
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $37,980,720
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $40,600,080
  • Expected Salary for 2023-24: $43,219,440
  • Net Worth: $60 Million
  • Playing Position: Guard

Thompson was selected 11th overall by the Golden State Warriors in the 2011 NBA draft after his junior season in college. He is known for his ability to score high point totals on a small number of shots and he is one of the highest-paid players on the roster of the Golden State Warriors.

3. Andrew Wiggins

  • Base Salary for 2020-2021: $29,542,010
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $31,579,390
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $33,616,770
  • Net Worth: $35 Million
  • Playing Postion: Small Forward

Andrew Wiggins was the first overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft. The Canadian professional basketball player was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers and made history as the second Canadian player to be selected first in the NBA draft. However, he was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves and he played for the side until 2020 when he joined the Warriors.

4. Draymond Green

  • Base Salary for 2020-2021: $22,246,956
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $24,026,712
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $25,806,468
  • Expected Salary for 2023-24: $27,586,224 (Player Option)
  • Net Worth: $50 Million
  • Playing Position: Power Forward

Draymond Green signed a three-year, $2.6 million contract with the Warriors on July 30, 2012, shortly after he was selected with the 35th overall pick in the 2012 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. He has been with the team since then as he re-signed with the side in July 2015: it was a five-year pact worth $82 million

5. Kelly Oubre Jr.

  • Base Salary for 2020-2021: $14,375,000
  • Net Worth: $10 Million
  • Playing Position: Forward-Guard

Born on the 9th of December 1995, Kelly Paul Oubre Jr. has been a part of the NBA since 2015 when he was selected as the 15th overall pick by the Atlanta Hawk. But then, his draft rights were traded to the Washington Wizards, thus he began his professional career with the side. He played for the Wizards until 2018 when he was traded to the Phoenix Suns. His time with the Suns came to an end in November 2020 when he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder. A few days later, he was yet again traded to the Warriors.

6. James Wiseman

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $8,730,240
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $9,166,800
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $9,603,360 (Team Option)
  • Expected Salary for 2023-24: $12,119,440 (Team Option)
  • Expected Salary for 2024-25: $15,815,869 (Qualifying Offer)
  • Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Playing Position: Center

James Wiseman is one of the newbies in the NBA. Born on the 31st of March 2001, he had his college career with the Memphis Tigers of the University of Memphis. Following a suspension by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), he decided to leave college and avail himself for the 2020 NBA draft. The Warriors selected him as the second overall pick and he made his NBA debut on the 22nd of December 2020 against the Brooklyn Nets.

7. Kevon Looney

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $4,821,429
  • Expected Salary for 2012-22: $5,178,572 (Player Option)
  • Net Worth: $5 Million
  • Playing Position: Forward

Kevon Looney joined the NBA in 2015; he was selected by the Warriors in the first round with the 30th overall pick; this was after playing college basketball with the UCLA Bruins for a year. He has been with the Warriors since then, even though he spent the 2016-17 season with the Santa Cruz Warriors, an NBA G League team affiliated with the Golden State Warriors. Kevon’s career has seen him win two NBA championships among other achievements.

8. Jordan Poole

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $2,063,280
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $2,161,440
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $3,901,399 (Team Option)
  • Expected Salary for 2023-24: $5,813,085 (Qualifying Offer)
  • Net Worth: $1.5 Million
  • Playing Position: Guard

Born on the 19th of June 1999, Jordan Poole had his high school education at Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and La Lumiere School in La Porte, Indiana. He excelled in basketball in high school and got to play in college for the Michigan Wolverines. After his sophomore season, he declared for the 2019 NBA draft and was subsequently drafted by the Golden State Warriors as the 28th overall selection in the first round. Thereafter, he signed a three-year contract worth $6.2 million.

9. Damion Lee

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $1,762,796
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $1,910,860 (Not Guaranteed)
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Playing Position: Guard-Forward

Damion Lee had quite a journey before he became a part of the NBA. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, on the 21st of October 1992, Lee graduated from Calvert Hall College High School in Towson, Maryland, where he distinguished himself as a fine basketball player. After college, he played for the Drexel Dragons of Drexel University and then for the Louisville Cardinals of the University of Louisville but went undrafted in the 2016 NBA draft.

He joined the Miami Heat and would later sign with the Boston Celtics. Lee was soon waived and acquired by the Maine Red Claws of the NBA G League. He was traded to the Santa Cruz Warriors in August 2017, and eventually signed with the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA. It was in 2018 that he joined the Golden State Warriors.

10. Kent Bazemore

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $2,320,044
  • Dead Cap: $1,620,564
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Playing Position: Guard-Forward

Kent Bazemore was born on the 1st of July 1989 in Kelford, North Carolina, and schooled at Bertie High School in Windsor, also in North Carolina. After that, he moved on to Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and played for the school’s team. As a junior playing for the Old Dominion Monarch, Kent won the Lefty Driesell Award. He had a very successful college career, yet he went undrafted in the 2012 NBA draft. He has journeyed all through his professional career but has been with the Warriors since 2020.

11. Mychal Mulder

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $1,517,981
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $1,782,621 (Not Guaranteed)
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $2,228,276 (Qualifying Offer)
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Playing Position: Guard

Born on the 14th of June 1994, Mychal’s adoptive parents named him after former NBA player, Mychal Thompson, and sealed his fate as a basketball player. He had his college career with Vincennes University and then the Kentucky Wildcats of the University of Kentucky. After he was undrafted in the 2017 NBA draft, the Windy City Bull selected him 9th overall in that year’s NBA G League draft and it marked the beginning of his professional career. He journeyed from the Miami Heat to the Sioux Falls Skyforce before the Golden State Warriors acquired him sometime in February 2020 on a 10-day contract which was renewed to a multi-year contract when it expired in March.

12. Eric Paschall

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $1,517,981
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $1,782,621
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $2,228,276 (Qualifying Offer)
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Playing Position: Forward

Eric Paschall’s professional career began in 2019 after he was drafted by the Golden State Warriors as the 41st overall selection in the second round of the year’s draft. He began his NBA career on a good note as he was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team of 2020 and the NBA All-Star Rising Stars Game of the year. During his college career which he had first with the Fordham Rams of Fordham University and then the Villanova Wildcats of Villanova University, he was named an Atlantic Ten Rookie of the Year (2015) and also emerged as an NCAA champion in 2018.

13. Alen Smailagic

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $1,517,981
  • Expected Salary for 2021-22: $1,782,621 (Not Guaranteed)
  • Expected Salary for 2022-23: $1,930,681 (Not Guaranteed)
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Playing Position: Forward

Alen was born on the 18th of August 2000 in Belgrade, the capital and biggest city of Serbia. The Serbian professional basketball player began his career in his country where he played for KK Beko. In October 2018, he was selected by the South Bay Lakers to join the NBA G League as the 4th pick of the year. But then, he was traded to the Santa Cruz Warriors affiliated to the Golden State Warriors. The following year, the New Orleans Pelicans drafted him as the 39th pick of the year’s NBA draft. He would later be traded to the Golden State Warriors and he inked a multi-year contract with the side sometime in July 2019.

14. Gary Payton II

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $118,983
  • Dead Cap: $110,998
  • Net Worth: $500,000
  • Playing Position: Guard

Gary Payton II is the son of Gary Payton, an NBA Hall of Famer known for the 13 years he played for the Seattle SuperSonics. Payton II has a long way to go if he must equal his father’s accomplishment in the sports. He had his college career with the Oregon State Beavers of Oregon State University and was twice named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, to the First-team All-Pac-12, and the Pac-12 All-Defensive Team. The NBA G League champion joined the Golden State Warriors on the 8th of April 2021 on a 10-day contract which was renewed for another 10 days on the 19th of April.

15. Nico Mannion

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $449,115
  • Net Worth: Undetermined
  • Playing Position: Guard

Niccolo Mannion born on the 14th of March 2001 is an Italian-American professional basketball player. He was born to Pace Mannion, a former NBA player, in Siena, Tuscany, Italy. He spent some of his childhood there and attended Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Arizona; after his family moved to the United States. Nico had his college career with the Arizona Wildcats of the University of Arizona and was drafted in the 2020 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors as the 48th overall pick in the second round. The team later signed him to a two-way contract.

16. Juan Toscano-Anderson

  • Base Salary for 2020-21: $350,189
  • Net Worth: Undetermined
  • Playing Position: Forward

Juan Ronel Toscano-Anderson was born on the 10th of April 1993 in Oakland, California. The American-Mexican professional basketball player was born to an African American (father) and a Mexican American (mother). He played high school basketball at Castro Valley High School in California and then had his college career with the Marquette Golden Eagles of Marquette University from 2011 to 2015. Despite having a decent college career, he went undrafted in the 2015 NBA Draft; so he joined the Soles de Mexicali of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional. He played for other teams before he joined the Santa Cruz Warriors in 2018, and in 2020, he inked a three-year deal with the Golden State Warriors.

Golden State Warriors Records

Year by Year Records of Golden State Warriors Records
Season Team W – L % Standing Division
2020-21 Warriors 31-31 .500 West Conference
2019-20 Warriors 15-50 .231 15th West Conference
2018-19 Warriors 57-25 .695 1st, West Conference
2017-18 Warriors 58-24 .707 2nd, West Conference
2016-17 Warriors 67-15 .817 1st, West Conference
2015-16 Warriors 73-9 .890 1st, West Conference
2014-15 Warriors 67-15 .817 1st, West Conference
2013-14 Warriors 51-31 .622 6th, West Conference
2012-13 Warriors 47-35 .573 6th, West Conference
2011-12 Warriors 23-43 .348 13th, West Conference
2010-11 Warriors 36-46 .439 12th, West Conference
2009-10 Warriors 26-56 .317 13th, West Conference
2008-09 Warriors 29-53 .354 10th, West Conference
2007-08 Warriors 48-34 .585 9th, West Conference
2006-07 Warriors 42-40 .512 8th, West Conference
2005-06 Warriors 34-48 .415 13th, West Conference
2004-05 Warriors 34-48 .415 12th, West Conference
2003-04 Warriors 37-45 .451 11th, West Conference
2002-03 Warriors 38-44 .463 11th, West Conference
2001-02 Warriors 21-61 .256 14th, West Conference
2000-01 Warriors 17-65 .207 14th, West Conference
1999-00 Warriors 19-63 .232 13th, West Conference
1998-99 Warriors 21-29 .420 10th, West Conference
1997-98 Warriors 19-63 .232 12th, West Conference
1996-97 Warriors 30-52 .366 10th, West Conference
1995-96 Warriors 36-46 .439 9th, West Conference
1994-95 Warriors 26-56 .317 11th, West Conference
1993-94 Warriors 50-32 .610 6th, West Conference
1992-93 Warriors 34-48 .415 10th, West Conference
1991-92 Warriors 55-27 .671 3rd, West Conference
1990-91 Warriors 44-38 .537 7th, West Conference
1989-90 Warriors 37-45 .451 10th, West Conference
1988-89 Warriors 43-39 .524 7th, West Conference
1987-88 Warriors 20-62 .244 11th, West Conference
1986-87 Warriors 42-40 .512 5th, West Conference
1985-86 Warriors 30-52 .366 12th, West Conference
1984-85 Warriors 22-60 .268 12th, West Conference
1983-84 Warriors 37-45 .451 9th, West Conference
1982-83 Warriors 30-52 .366 9th, West Conference
1981-82 Warriors 45-37 .549 7th, West Conference
1980-81 Warriors 39-43 .476 7th, West Conference
1979-80 Warriors 24-58 .293 10th, West Conference
1978-79 Warriors 38-44 .463 9th, West Conference
1977-78 Warriors 43-39 .524 7th, West Conference
1976-77 Warriors 46-36 .561 4th, West Conference
1975-76 Warriors 59-23 .720 1st, West Conference
1974-75 Warriors 48-34 .585 1st, West Conference
1973-74 Warriors 44-38 .537 5th, West Conference
1972-73 Warriors 47-35 .573 4th, West Conference
1971-72 Warriors 51-31 .622 4th, West Conference
1970-71 Warriors 41-41 .500 6th, West Conference
1969-70 Warriors 30-52 .366 6th, Western Division
1968-69 Warriors 41-41 .500 3rd, Western Division
1967-68 Warriors 43-39 .524 3rd, Western Division
1966-67 Warriors 44-37 .543 1st, Western Division
1965-66 Warriors 35-45 .438 4th, Western Division
1964-65 Warriors 17-63 .213 5th, Western Division
1963-64 Warriors 48-32 .600 1st, Western Division
1962-63 Warriors 31-49 .388 4th, Western Division
1961-62 Warriors 49-31 .613 2nd, Eastern Division
1960-61 Warriors 46-33 .582 2nd, Eastern Division
1959-60 Warriors 49-26 .653 2nd, Eastern Division
1958-59 Warriors 32-40 .444 4th, Eastern Division
1957-58 Warriors 37-35 .514 3rd, Eastern Division
1956-57 Warriors 37-35 .514 3rd, Eastern Division
1955-56 Warriors 45-27 .625 1st, Eastern Division
1954-55 Warriors 33-39 .458 4th, Eastern Division
1953-54 Warriors 29-43 .403 4th, Eastern Division
1952-53 Warriors 12-57 .174 5th, Eastern Division
1951-52 Warriors 33-33 .500 4th, Eastern Division
1950-51 Warriors 40-26 .606 1st, Eastern Division
1949-50 Warriors 26-42 .382 4th, Eastern Division
1948-49 Warriors 28-32 .467 4th, Eastern Division
1947-48 Warriors 27-21 .563 1st, Eastern Division
1946-47 Warriors 35-25 .583 2nd, Eastern Division

Summary of The Salaries of Golden State Warriors Current Roster

  •  Stephen Curry – $43,006,362
  • Klay Thompson – $35,361,360
  •  Andrew Wiggins – $29,542,010
  •  Draymond Green – $22,246,956
  • Kelly Oubre Jr. – $14,375,000
  • James Wiseman – $8,730,240
  • Kevon Looney – $4,821,429
  • Jordan Poole – $2,063,280
  • Damion Lee – $1,762,796
  • Kent Bazemore – $2,320,044
  • Mychal Mulder – $1,517,981
  • Eric Paschall – $1,517,981
  • Alen Smailagic – $1,517,981
  • Gary Payton II – $118,983
  • Nico Mannion – $449,115
  • Juan Toscano-Anderson – $350,189

Timothy Walbe
Timothy Walbe
Timothy Walbe has extensive professional writing experience in technical, product reviews, informational and persuasive articles as well as creative and content writing on nearly any topic including finance and investment


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