10 worst NBA contracts in 2024, including Bradley Beal and Ben Simmons

Worst NBA contracts
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Several bad basketball contracts have been signed recently, but which are the worst NBA contracts in 2024? We have role players, All-Stars, and a few maximum-level contracts on this list. So, which players have the NBA’s worst contracts this year?

John Collins, Utah Jazz – Five years, $125 million

NBA: Houston Rockets at Utah Jazz
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Deandre Ayton, Portland Trail Blazers – Four years, $132 million

NBA: Golden State Warriors at Portland Trail Blazers
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Devin Vassell, San Antonio Spurs – Five years, $135 million

NBA: New York Knicks at San Antonio Spurs
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Jerami Grant, Portland Trail Blazers – Five years, $160 million

NBA: Portland Trail Blazers at Memphis Grizzlies
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Immanuel Quickley, Toronto Raptors – Five years, $175 million

NBA: Toronto Raptors at Brooklyn Nets
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Darius Garland, Cleveland Cavaliers – Five years, $197 million

NBA: Playoffs-Boston Celtics at Cleveland Cavaliers
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Zach LaVine, Chicago Bulls – Five years, $215 million

Zach LaVine
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Bradley Beal, Phoenix Suns – Five years, $251 million

Dec 15, 2023; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; Phoenix Suns guard Bradley Beal (3) reacts after scoring against the New York Knicks in the first half at Footprint Center. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports
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Jordan Poole, Washington Wizards – Four years, $128 million

NBA: Washington Wizards at Toronto Raptors
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Ben Simmons, Brooklyn Nets – Five years, $177 million

NBA: Brooklyn Nets at Philadelphia 76ers
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