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    Fizer's Contract in Israel

    I read today that the contract Fizer signed in Israel is a 2 year deal with a total of $1.8 million. I was a little surprised. I was not aware that the foreign deals had gotten that lucrative.



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    Re: Fizer's Contract in Israel

    There was an article that I read not too long ago about former Syracuse PG Gerry McNamera that said something to the effect of him making more playing in a foreign country than he would in the NBDL. The kicker was that he was happier in the USA, so he chose less money. Foreign contracts are definitely plenty lucrative.



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    Re: Fizer's Contract in Israel

    Not bad coin for playing over seas. Of course I would not be too thrilled about being an rich american in Israel.


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    Re: Fizer's Contract in Israel

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Not bad coin for playing over seas. Of course I would not be too thrilled about being an rich american in Israel.
    at least he'll be inconspicious ... oh wait ...



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    Re: Fizer's Contract in Israel

    In one of his several local radio interviews promoting his new book, Paul Shirley was asked about playing in the NBA-DL. H ebasically said he'd have to go overseas for a couple years to make some "real" money first.



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    Re: Fizer's Contract in Israel

    If I remember right, starting salaries in the NBDL are something like $18,000 for the season.



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