@ anon above. Not every team's bench salaries look like this. There are reasons for the meagre Crocs salaries above, as follows:
Hinder - 60k - I know for a fact he is on less than this. Closer to the league minimum. Is on around 40k from what I have heard. Is an enormous liability due to his recent injury, and was effectively re-signed while injured, taking that into account. Hinder has publically stated that he has had to move into a smaller house with his family due to the paycut. Would not have received an offer from any other team (so market set his value at 0k), and would have retired if not for the Crocs' offer.
Allen - 50k - took a huge paycut to re-sign after two horrible seasons (his original deal was for two years out of college and it finished at the end of the season). Crocs were going to let him go and had a late change of heart. Nearly 7 feet tall, with averages of 3 ppg and 1 rpb. You could argue he is being overpaid.
M. Cedar - 50k - took a paycut to re-sign. Has not played with intensity or effort to demand a higher price, and brings nothing to the table except for outside shooting, despite shooting the ball terribly last season (on the positive side he had a great QBL season, so i hope he finds his form again with the Crocs). One of the slowest players in the league at any position. Baulked at the Crocs offer and said he was leaving the club before re-signing later in free agency.
C. Cedar - 30k. On the league minimum. The one guy on the bench that I would say deserves to earn more. Great passer and defender who can run an offense and plays hard every chance he gets, even if his shot is atrocious. Still, a relative unknown outside of North Queensland, so, again, the market has set his value.
M. Norton - 40k - rookie contract (2yr deal). Has played only a handful of NBL minutes.
Worth noting: all of these guys, except Hinder, played QBL in the offseason. It doesn't pay well but it's a little something extra.
Also worth noting: the two Cedars and Mitch Norton are locals who have been part of the Crocodiles development program since their early teens. Local guys will always sign for their home club for less.