The 6 most overpaid players in San Antonio Spurs history

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3. Stephen Jackson

Where do we start with Stephen Jackson? The stubborn small forward was instrumental to the Spurs winning their second championship, but his second stint with the organization was a disappointment. San Antonio traded Richard Jefferson, T.J. Ford, and a first-rounder to the Warriors for his services at the deadline in a move that failed to make a meaningful impact once the dust settled in the 2-1-0.

Despite averaging 8.3 points per game on .535/.605/.933 shooting splits in an astounding run for the Spurs in the 2012 NBA Playoffs, Jackson was nothing but a massive headache the following season. The 34-year-old complained about taking a backseat to Kawhi Leonard, and his horrible attitude and $10 million salary further tarnished what was easily the least efficient campaign of his career.