The Tar Heels have groomed five players who have been inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the third-most of any school, and a number expected to grow when Vince Carter becomes eligible in three years.

Among UNC’s Hall of Famers are some of the game’s greatest ambassadors in Michael Jordan, James Worthy, and the barrier-breaking Charlie Scott. Jordan, more so than any other player in NBA history, expanded the league’s global reach, reset the salary scale, and helped cultivate the celebrity status among players that is enjoyed today.

Led by Jordan’s six rings, UNC’s 36 NBA Championships by former players is the most of any school.

When adjusting for inflation, seven Tar Heels have exceeded $100 million in career earnings. It is expected that Danny Green will also join that list by the end of his career, making him one of the few former second-round picks to surpass that threshold.

Keep scrolling to see the top ten highest-paid Tar Heels in NBA history:

*Note: Career earnings numbers provided by Spotrac and adjust for inflation by HoopsHype. Highest single-season salaries and average contract values are adjusted for inflation.