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Title: The most overpaid NBA players in 2022-23 season
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NBA players have always been paid very well, even more so than ever before. However, due to the salary cap system, some players may earn less than their market value. Although players like LeBron James have a huge impact on their teams and local economies, they may earn more than their current contracts because of the cap restrictions.

A high-paid player can have a huge impact on the other players on the team. Sometimes, a team may have multiple high-paid players, which limits their ability to sign other players to build a competitive team. Therefore, the team's bench depth and rotation players may become weaker, because too much money is tied up in star players.

Here are the six most overpaid NBA players in 2022-23 season, based on their performance and salary.
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6. Joe Harris, Detroit Pistons. Although Harris has become a backup shooter for the Nets, he still enjoys a contract worth $75 million. Last season, he averaged only 7.6 points, far below his rookie season level. 

5. Kyle Lowry, Miami Heat. Despite being a backup point guard now, he earns more money than most starting point guards. Lowry's performance has declined significantly in the past two seasons, averaging only 9.2 points per game. 

4. Gordon Hayward, Charlotte Hornets. Since his injury with the Celtics, Hayward has never returned to his All-Star level. He has missed more than half of the games in his three seasons with the Hornets, averaging only 14.7 points per game. 
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3. Ben Simmons, Brooklyn Nets/Philadelphia 76ers. Simmons has been in a dilemma since his fallout with the 76ers, and has barely played for the Nets. Last season, he averaged only 6.3 points, 6.1 assists and 6.9 rebounds per game. 

2. Tobias Harris, Philadelphia 76ers. Harris is considered one of the players who signed an overpriced contract in the league. Since signing it, his scoring has decreased every year, averaging only 14.7 points per game last season on 50.1% shooting. 

1. Rudy Gobert, Minnesota Timberwolves/Utah Jazz. Gobert signed a contract worth $205 million, but his performance has been disappointing. Last season, he averaged only 13.4 points and 11.6 rebounds per game, far below his performance with the Jazz.

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