What is the average salary of a WNBA player?

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In 2012, the average yearly salary for a WNBA player was $72,000. The amount a player is paid depends on a number of factors, such as skill level and experience.

The salary of players is determined by a collective bargaining agreement between WNBA teams and players. In 2013, the minimum yearly salary for a rookie player was $37,950. The first four 2013 draft picks were paid between $48,470 and $61,800, depending on how many years of experience they had in the league. The fifth through eighth draft picks were paid between $50,305 and $57,165. The maximum amount a player could be paid in 2013 was $107,000. The salary of players does not include other forms of income from endorsement deals, bonuses or salaries earned during the offseason.

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Between $75,000 and $80,000. The maximum is around $105,000. Kobe Bryant makes about 2.5 times as much money as the entire WNBA combined.
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The max is $98,000 but the average is around $45,000.
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Salaries have remained humble throughout the league's existence. During the WNBA's 10th anniversary season, the maximum salary for topflight players stood at $91,000, while the average
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The average WNBA rookie salary is $36,500, plus daily allowance. For veterans (3+ years) minimum salary is $50,000 and maximum is $95,000. report this answer. Answered by kgb agent
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