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Old 01-12-14, 06:32 AM
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Paying for Wins




I just found this table on another blog. This is a chart showing how much each win cost in relation to the roster salary. Notice ATL, PHI and SAS- The Spurs System works both on the court and in the pocketbook. Very Interesting-Here is the article as well..Are the 2013-14 Phoenix Suns Too Much of a Good Bargain? - Bright Side Of The Sun
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Old 01-12-14, 09:04 AM
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Very interesting....
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Old 01-12-14, 09:45 AM
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OKC might be a better comparison, with Presti in the front office.
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This is hilarious. I sure hope none of you calculate your cost of doing business like this. If you do, then the Lakers pay $3,450,608 per loss and the Spurs pay $8,045,382 per loss.

The Lakers have played 37 games which equals a salary of $35,810,577. They have 14 wins. This means that the Lakers have payed $2,557,898 in salary for each win.

The Spurs have played 36 games which equals a salary of $28,256,946. They have 28 wins.
This means that the Spurs have payed $1,009,177 in salary for each win.

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Old 01-12-14, 11:08 PM
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This is hilarious. I sure hope none of you calculate your cost of doing business like this. If you do, then the Lakers pay $3,450,608 per loss and the Spurs pay $8,045,382 per loss.

The Lakers have played 37 games which equals a salary of $35,810,577. They have 14 wins. This means that the Lakers have payed $2,557,898 in salary for each win.

The Spurs have played 36 games which equals a salary of $28,256,946. They have 28 wins.
This means that the Spurs have payed $1,009,177 in salary for each win.
What are talking about you don't "pay" for losses only wins. And if you meant to scale the payroll by the number of games played,the list order will still be the same because all the teams get scaled by the same amount.
The list is correct and the Spurs are still the best bang for the buck.
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Old 01-13-14, 10:03 AM
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What are talking about you don't "pay" for losses only wins. And if you meant to scale the payroll by the number of games played,the list order will still be the same because all the teams get scaled by the same amount.
The list is correct and the Spurs are still the best bang for the buck.
You are correct. What was I thinking?

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