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Full Houston Rockets 17-player payroll for 2022-23 NBA season

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Full Houston Rockets 17-player payroll for 2022-23 NBA season

With Houston’s roster set for the 2022-23 regular season, here’s an updated look at what each player will make financially this season.

With Houston’s roster set for the 2022-23 regular season, here’s an updated look at what each player will make financially this season.

The Houston Rockets remain one of the youngest teams in the NBA. Yet, entering what is considered by most as the third season of a franchise rebuild, clear signs of optimism are emerging.

The optimism starts with second-year guard Jalen Green, who looks to have picked up where he left off in his dynamic 2021-22 rookie season. In case you forgot, that’s when he finished with an historic scoring burst that led to a spot on the league’s All-Rookie first team.

There’s also Jabari Smith Jr., selected by Houston at No. 3 overall in the first round of the 2022 NBA draft. For Smith, this season offers an opportunity to justify that lofty draft placement and show his potential as a future franchise cornerstone alongside Green.

Combine that duo with promising young players like Alperen Sengun, Tari Eason, KJ Martin and recently extended guard Kevin Porter Jr., and it’s easy to see the reasons for optimism. That youth is also why the Rockets are a relatively inexpensive team, particularly if excluding dead money in the form of former players (i.e. John Wall).

With that in mind, here is the full Rockets roster and salaries entering the 2022-23 regular season. This version reflects all moves made to trim from Houston’s 20-man roster at training camp to the NBA’s limit of 15 standard contracts and two two-way deals for the season, such as the recent waiving of veteran big man Derrick Favors.

This list is sorted in ascending order from least to most, financially, during the 2022-23 season, according to HoopsHype salary data. Any potential future earnings for each Rockets player as part of his current contract are noted beneath each photo.

Trevor Hudgins: $508,891 (two way)

Photo by Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: None

Darius Days: $1,017,781 (two way)

Photo by David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: None

Daishen Nix: $1,563,518

Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $1.8 million for 2023-24, $2.0 million for 2024-25; both non-guaranteed

KJ Martin: $1,782,621

Photo by Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $1.9 million for 2023-24, non-guaranteed

Garrison Mathews: $2,000,000

AP Photo/Matt Slocum

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $2.0 million for 2023-24, $2.2 million for 2024-25; both non-guaranteed

TyTy Washington: $2,210,040

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $2.3 million for 2023-24, $2.4 million for 2024-25, $4.4 million for 2025-26; final two seasons are team options

Josh Christopher: $2,372,160

Photo by Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $2.5 million for 2023-24, $4.3 million for 2024-25; both seasons are team options

Usman Garuba: $2,471,160

AP Photo/David J. Phillip

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $2.6 million for 2023-24, $4.4 million for 2024-25; both seasons are team options

Bruno Fernando: $2,717,391

Photo by Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $2.6 million for 2023-24, $2.7 million for 2024-25, $2.9 million for 2025-26; all non-guaranteed

Kevin Porter Jr.: $3,217,631

Photo by Alex Bierens de Haan/Getty Images

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $18.2 million per year through 2026-27; every season after 2023-24 is non-guaranteed

Tari Eason: $3,359,160

Photo by Alex Bierens de Haan/Getty Images

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $3.5 million for 2023-24, $3.7 million for 2024-25, $5.7 million for 2025-26; final two seasons are team options

Alperen Sengun: $3,375,360

Photo by Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Boban Marjanovic: $3,500,000

Photo by Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: none

Jae’Sean Tate: $7,065,217

Photo by Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $6.5 million for 2023-24, $7.1 million for 2024-25; final season is a teama option

Jabari Smith Jr.: $8,882,640

Photo by Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $9.3 million for 2023-24, $9.8 million for 2024-25, $12.4 million for 2025-26; final two seasons are team options

Jalen Green: $9,441,840

Photo by Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $9.9 million for 2023-24, $12.5 million for 2024-25; both seasons are team options

Eric Gordon: $19,568,360

Photo by John Hefti-USA TODAY Sports

Seasons of current contract beyond 2022-23: $20.9 million for 2023-24, non-guaranteed

2022-23 dead/retained cap figures

John Wall

Carmen Mandato/Pool Photo via AP

  • John Wall: $40,866,760
  • Derrick Favors: $10,183,800
  • Moe Harkless: $4,564,980
  • Ty Jerome: $4,220,057
  • Theo Maledon: $1,900,000
  • DJ Augustin: $333,333
  • Troy Williams: $122,741

These are players who were previously waived by the Rockets, but are still being paid this season based on the financial terms of their contract at the time of each player’s release.

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