I understand the obvious. I find it funny that a guy vying for a max deal wouldn't be considered an elite player/part of a 'big 3'. What humors seems important to some of you. And Kelly Blue Book prices are based on supply and demand, bruh.
You're just nitpicking now. I meant there's no literal publication that outlines a player's value, which you seem to imply with each post you make on contracts. You pull some arbitrary figure out of your ass that you contend teams should never exceed or else the contract is an "albatross", never mind the ballooning salary cap within the next 2 years, never mind that in certain situations teams would be screwed if they were to just let players walk if they sign a lucrative offer sheet elsewhere, never mind that players have proven that they can come back from serious injuries and play at a high level. The guy who had this mentality was Donald Sterling in the late 1990's/early 2000's. Yeah, he was making a pretty hefty profit from the Clippers, but they were dogshit and the laughingstock of the league.