To make it to the NBA, you’ve got to be incredibly talented. To earn your contract, you’ve got to be even more so.
After all, there are deals that teams regret making across the National Basketball Association. Bad contracts can be awarded for all sorts of reasons.
Sometimes, a player has a career season, gets paid, and then never matches that production. On the other hand, sometimes, age catches up to a player after signing a pact. Either way, their team is left footing a bill that isn’t worth its cost.
Davis Bertans falls in the former camp. He was paid as an elite shooter, and by now, he appears to merely be a good one. On the other hand, Kyle Lowry was paid just before he began his descent from stardom.
Could the two change sides this season?