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The Boston Celtics are contenders not only due to the assemblage of elite talent they’ve managed to placed on their roster but in addition due to the deals they managed to get those players onto their roster with, betting on the long run growth and health of those players earlier of their profession and seeing it repay for them in a significant way consequently.
With the potential for remuneration set below what a free market rate might otherwise provide players for the extent of production they supply throughout the available salary cap room via max contract rules, a method of estimating value above (or below) what players are currently paid through the “Real Value” metric developed by our friends over at our sister site HoopsHype.
In a recent assessment by H/H’s Alberto De Roa, it became clear that the Celtics are among the many best-positioned teams within the league on this regard despite having a number of deals considered to be negative value per this formula, with nearly all of the team earning lower than they’re value; let’s take a take a look at just how much per player.
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Al Horford Real value: -$9,610,956
Malcolm Brogdon Real Value: -$7,437,375
JD Davison Real Value: -$508,891
Luke Kornet Real Value: -$508,891
Sam Hauser Real Value: $0
Danilo Gallinari Real Value: $301,811
Mfiondu Kabengele Real Value: $1,327,199
Derrick White True Value: $1,507,396
Payton Pritchard Real Value: $4,760,570
Grant Williams Real Value: $7,100,888
Marcus Smart Real Value: $13,491,154
Robert Williams III Real Value: $14,435,257
Jaylen Brown Real Value: $15,352,494
Jayson Tatum Real Value: $41,795,732
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