Team: Brooklyn Nets
2012-13 stats: 72 G, 16.3 PPG, 3.0 RPG, 3.5 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG
2013-14 salary: $21,466,718
Joe Johnson is definitely a good player, and one who will age well thanks to his incredible long range game. But is he worth more than Dwight Howard, Kevin Durant, or LeBron James? Of course not; especially with the arrivals of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, Johnson is a complementary piece on a Nets team that is going to have a difficult time finding enough shots for each of its key players. He already saw his shots per game dip to their lowest number since 2004-05, and Johnson shot his lowest percentage from the field since his second year in the league (when he was still a role player). At 32 years old, it's unlikely we're going to see him get any better, either.