By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs.com
I’m not really a salary cap guy. I don’t spend a lot of time looking at what players are getting paid, how contracts are structured or how teams avoid the luxury tax.
But I do know good value when I see it.
Recently, Sports Illustrated did a column on the best value contracts in the NBA. Not surprisingly, both San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan and Tony Parker made the list. Duncan’s contract of three years, $30 million and Parker’s of three years, $37.5 million are both a lot less than they could be making with other teams.
Whether it’s team loyalty or perhaps Spurs’ management is just very persuasive (I’m going with the former), Duncan and Parker have both decided to stick around in San Antonio and take a bit of a pay cut to help the team in the long run.
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