You're wrong. Carlos and Joe Johnson are not overpaid. They got that money for a reason. It's not their fault, so don't blame them. Blame the ppl that give it to them if u wanna blame some one.
If I'm a worker I want as much as I can get. I don't give a fucc who the star on the team is. The star ain't worth sh*t by himself. Kobe and Lebron ain't sellin no tickets if they walk into the Toyota Center all alone with a sorry a.ss record.
And the Hawks would've fell off the fuccin map had they not give Joe Johnson that money so obviously he's worth it.
Carlos Boozer is past overpaid, you would have to make up a new word to descirbe how over paid he is. Nobody is running to the arena to see Carlos Boozer scream every time he grabs a rebound or misses a shot.
An Joe Johnson......Joe Johnson??????? Out of all the max NBA players in the league, this is the only guy that every team besides the hawks realizes that he was given a lottery ticket for a guy that nobody even cares about outside of Atlanta.
The concept is what kind of draw is this player how much do they generate. Bron and kobe are on another level of superstardom. You can easily tell the impact of a players as far as the bottom line is concerned by looking at their endorsements. Production on the court is one thing, but being able to sell tickets and products is another.
But thats where the problem is, its not the players its the owners, you have some owners that are looking to make huge returns on owning an nba team (Sarver. Dan Gilbert, Nolan, the clippers owner) and then you have guys that are competitive and want to win (Cuban, Buss, Boston's owners, Arison) there's the real problem. I feel like if you are an owner you should be in it to win. If you cant afford to compete with the rest of the league dont buy the team.