Every NBA team's best and worst contracts: From bargain to nightmare

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Pacific Division

Sacramento Kings

Bargain contract: Keegan Murray

Murray was selected fourth overall in the 2022 NBA Draft and proved to be an immediate contributor for the emerging Kings. Like the Kings, Murray has had a few bumps this season but he still has a clear value going forward with two years remaining on his rookie-scale deal.

Nightmare contract: Kevin Huerter

To Sacramento's credit, they don't really have any awful contracts but if I had to choose, Kevin Huerter's would seem to be the next closest option. Huerter has seen both his numbers and his role diminish but is still owed $34 million for the next two seasons, causing some concern about his value going forward.

Golden State Warriors

Bargain contract: Jonathan Kuminga

It took a while but third-year forward Jonathan Kuminga is finally living up to his potential and has helped the Warriors get back on track as they look to make a playoff push. He is still on his rookie contract through next season and is a clear bargain for the expensive Warriors.

Nightmare contract: Andrew Wiggins

After signing an extension last season, the Warriors wing hasn't been the same player and has fallen off drastically this season. That is definitely concerning since he is owed $84 million over the next three seasons and it looks like he won't live up to that deal.