At $3.9 million next season, is Sefolosha a bargain, or is he priced about right?
Mayberry: Tony Allen made $300,000 less than Thabo this season. That might say more about the sweetheart deal Memphis got, but based solely on that I can't sit up here and say Thabo is a bargain. So I'll go with about right.
Rohde: The price is about right, which actually makes Sefolosha a bargain. After all, how frequently can you say a player is properly priced after seven seasons when he's on the verge of becoming an unrestricted free agent? A player usually has been overpaid by that point, often for several years.
Tramel: He's priced about right. Not many NBA teams pay for defense, Especially perimeter defense. So Thabo is actually more valuable on a team like the Thunder than he would be on a mediocre team. Sort of the opposite of James Harden, who could command a max salary from a team seeking to build but wouldn't get it from a team that's already elite.