The Lakers (25-50) haven't managed to have former NBA most valuable players Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash on the floor together all season.
Nash has managed to play in 13 games for a total of 281 minutes. He may play again before the season ends, on a permanent "day-to-day" status.
Bryant is officially done for the year, making just six appearances for 177 minutes.
Together, the two veterans will earn $39.8 million for the season.
As the highest paid player in the league, Bryant ($30.5 million) earned $172,055 per minute played.
Nash ($9.3 million) was a more economical but still outrageous $33,098 per minute.
Kendall Marshall ($547,570) is on the opposite spectrum, earning $399 a minute. Rookie Ryan Kelly ($490,180) may have a smaller contract than Marshall, but fewer minutes made his per-minute income slightly higher at $444.
Nick Young ($1.1 million) comes in at just $683 a minute while Pau Gasol ($19.3 million) is at $10,237, to date. Young's 17.3 points per game is a hair below Gasol's team-leading 17.4.