While the debate over the greatest basketball player of all-time continues, there's no question who the king of sneakers in the NBA is.

According to Forbes report, Michael Jordan is once again the league's highest paid sneaker endorser by a significant margin, bringing home an estimated $110 million from Nike over the past year. LeBron James, who sells the most sneakers among active players, made about $32 million.

Forbes analysts estimated what stars of the past, present and future earned on their shoe deals over the past 12 months, including bonuses and royalties, based on conversations with industry insiders. Read on to see how the players stack up and view Forbes' full breakdown here.