WBNA is back with a bang with its 26th season. As per reports, this year’s campaign is looking like one of the most happening years for the WNBA. The sports industry has always been the highest-paid sector across the globe. Compared to most sectors, sports have always brought players fame and money. Football players are the highest-paid players with millions of worth of endorsements.
However, not all sports gain much to pay and attention from people. WNBA is a different category from NBA, you’ll find a huge gap in their pay cheques. Whether you talk about WNBA contracts, prize money, or endorsements, they have lower pay than NBA.
But that doesn’t mean they don’t get enough money. With WNBA’s new season set to roll, talks have started about players and their contracts. From Candice Parker to Diana Taurasi, WNBA has contracted with players with the highest salaries in 2022.
Let’s find out the top 5 highest paid WNBA players in 2022
WNBA Max salary – $228,094
Agreement/Contract – 2 years with $449,544
She was picked by Phoenix Mercury in 2004. She is 3 times WNBA champion, 2 times WNBA finals MVP, and a one-time WNBA MVP.
WNBA Max Salary – $228,094
Agreement/Contract – 1 year with $ 228, 094
Breanna Stewart was picked by the Seattle Storm. She is a two-time WNBA champion in 2018, and 2020. She is a three-time all-star, one-time WNBA final MVP, and two-time finals WNBA players.
WNBA Salary- $ 195000
Agreement/Contract – $1.5 Million
Candance Parker was picked by Chicago Sky. She is a WNBA champion in 2016, WNBA finals MVP, and 2 times WNBA MVP. She has won gold medals in the Beijing and London Olympics.
WNBA Salary- $221,450
Sue Bird was picked by the Seattle Storm in 2002, later she re-signed with them with a guaranteed Salary. She is a four-time Champion of WNBA, and 12 times WNBA all-star players.
WNBA Salary- $221,515
Agreement/Contract- $1 Million
Brittney is the first pick for Mercury. She was the WNBA champion of 2014 and a seven-time all-star. She is an active member of Phoenix Mercury.