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In a recent ranking by Frank Urbina of HoopsHype, John Wall has been labeled the most overpaid player in NBA history, a distinction that reflects the unique challenges he has faced in his career.

Wall’s fall from grace in terms of his perceived value has been attributed to a series of major injuries that derailed what should have been the prime years of his career.

The metric, which takes into account player performance and salary, indicates that Wall’s 2022-23 season with the Clippers was especially problematic.

Despite earning a staggering $47.4 million, Wall’s on-court contributions were limited, with an average of just 11.4 points per game on 40.8 percent shooting. Real Value, in contrast, assessed his worth at a mere $4.8 million, resulting in an eye-popping overpayment of $42.6 million.

After a brief stint with the Clippers last season, Wall was traded to the Rockets in February, only to be waived three days later, leaving him currently without an NBA team.