The 25 Worst NBA Contracts of All Time

18. Peja Stojakovic

Year: 2006
Contract: 5 years, $64 million

Peja was once one of the league's most accurate marksmen. Then he turned his gun on the Hornets. An assortment of injuries hobbled the forward essentially ending his 2007 season. From there, his games played and stats progressively declined each season until he was traded to Toronto in 2011.

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