Agreed. And if he can ink $18-20 over three years and put that shizz in the bank he is set for life. Given how the last few years has fared, this is a dream situation for him. He was gonna be running basketball camps for the next 20 years to make ends meet, and now he'll be able to do whatever tf he wants based on a solid 1/2 a season. He has made his fans proud.In today's NBA, he's a first guard off the bench who can play 15-20 mpg consistently and fill in for 1-2 weeks as a starter if there's an injury.
That makes him a $5m-$7m per year player. Nothing wrong with that.
I'll never fault a player for reaching for the stars and Bazz definitely has shown he can outkick the coverage, but I think an NBA team would be making a huge mistake signing him starters money and expecting 30 mpg for a whole season out of him.