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    Dirk re-signs for 3/25m

    I mean wow! He is making peanuts compared to what he should be making..

    Dirk Nowitzki is no longer unemployed. Deal with Mavs is officially done. Per @ESPNSteinLine, it's actually $25M over 3 years (Monta $).

    Dirk is going to heaven

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    Daaaaaaaaamn. Gotta respect that.


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    And there are people rubbing one out to pictures of Wade because his old *** took $17 mil per instead of $21 mil.


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    What a fkn steal. But wait....He's old and Parsons and chandler suck and Monta too

    Oh

    Great signing! Way to go dirk!


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    Yeah, 8ish a year is pretty solid. Still, he'll be 36, 37 and 38 years-old during this contract. There's gonna be some eventual regression. Without a doubt he'll be worth way more than $8M this next year, but only time will tell about 37 and 38. It's certainly likely to still be a bargain. But there is some risk here, for sure. Not a ton, but some.

    Pretty similar to the Duncan contract he signed at a nearly identical age. 3 years, 30 million.
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    I would marry Dirk

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    Cuban is definitely hooking him up under the table. He's got some Magic/LA deal going on. If he went all-out FA mode he could have gotten about $70 million more in guaranteed money.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Yeah, 8ish a year is pretty solid. Still, he'll be 36, 37 and 38 years-old during this contract. There's gonna be some eventual regression. Without a doubt he'll be worth way more than $8M this next year, but only time will tell about 37 and 38. It's certainly likely to still be a bargain. But there is some risk here, for sure. Not a ton, but some.

    Pretty similar to the Duncan contract he signed at a nearly identical age. 3 years, 30 million.
    5m less.. He's trying to one up him lol

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    I thought it was supposed to be 3 yr 30M initially. Looks like he took a 5M pay cut on top of that.

    I really hope there is a lockout next time around and the players stand their ground. Owners should not be rewarded for this garbage.

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    I am shocked that Dirk Nowitzki would take this little. One of the few players who actually cares about team success more than about money. Then again, I guess it's easier to not care so much about money when you've made over a hundred million dollars with the Mavericks.

    In the other thread, people were saying how Wade is the most loyal guy in the NBA... I think Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Duncan, with the slight edge going to Dirk. Not only is he taking less money, but to my knowledge, Dirk has never even courted/visited other teams during FA (Duncan has with Orlando in the past).

    Dirk and Duncan are 2 of my favorite players, and even though I can never be loyal to a team (only fans of their players), how do you not love/respect his sacrifice?

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    Wouldn't be surprised if Cuban was "making it worth his while" via other means.
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    I have no idea what the hell Wade is doing taking $15 mil/year at this point. If "team loyalty" is a premium for NBA fans, Dirk makes Wade look pretty bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hugepatsfan View Post
    And there are people rubbing one out to pictures of Wade because his old *** took $17 mil per instead of $21 mil.
    MFFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austeezy View Post
    Wouldn't be surprised if Cuban was "making it worth his while" via other means.
    Like what? What favors did Tim Ducan get for his pay cut?

    Please tell us

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    Jordan Hill makes more than him lol

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