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    Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance


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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Considering he's the 2nd best coach on that list, I don't like him being the least paid



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Where will he rank once the new salary kicks in. Or has it already?



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Izzo should be getting paid a lot more.



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Coach K's increase from last year is about as much as Travis Ford (14th highest paid) made total. Insane.



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Think even w/ next year's raise included he would be ~#18



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Bill Self, Kansas, $4,960,763Rick Barnes, Texas, $2,550,000
    Travis Ford, Oklahoma State, $2,450,000
    Lon Kruger, Oklahoma, $2,200,000
    Scott Drew, Baylor, $2,133,120
    Bruce Weber, Kansas State, $1,754,040
    Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State, $1,618,750
    Keep in mind that Hoiberg's new deal will have him averaging $2.6 mil with $26 mil guaranteed. Outside of Self, is anyone else guaranteed that amount of money?



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Give him another raise!



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    He's in the top 10 for next year.



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    If I'm T. Boone Pickens and OSU I'm demanding a refund.


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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Steve Kerr just signed a 5 year, 25 million dollar contract to be the next head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He has little to no coaching experience. What kind of contract would the NBA pay a guy like Fred Hoiberg? If ISU wants to keep Hoiberg around forever, they're going to have to increase his average pay a lot.


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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Quote Originally Posted by DandyCyclone View Post
    Steve Kerr just signed a 5 year, 25 million dollar contract to be the next head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He has little to no coaching experience. What kind of contract would the NBA pay a guy like Fred Hoiberg? If ISU wants to keep Hoiberg around forever, they're going to have to increase his average pay a lot.
    Plenty of coaches stay with a team even though they could make more somewhere else.



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Quote Originally Posted by DandyCyclone View Post
    Steve Kerr just signed a 5 year, 25 million dollar contract to be the next head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He has little to no coaching experience. What kind of contract would the NBA pay a guy like Fred Hoiberg? If ISU wants to keep Hoiberg around forever, they're going to have to increase his average pay a lot.

    Hoiberg has rather limited experience as a head coach!



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Yep - his raise pretty much adds +600K to his tiered contract if I understand correctly.

    So that 1.6 is now more like 2.2



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    Re: Hoiberg 27th highest paid coach in last year's Big Dance

    Quote Originally Posted by DandyCyclone View Post
    Steve Kerr just signed a 5 year, 25 million dollar contract to be the next head coach of the Golden State Warriors. He has little to no coaching experience. What kind of contract would the NBA pay a guy like Fred Hoiberg? If ISU wants to keep Hoiberg around forever, they're going to have to increase his average pay a lot.
    You point is valid - but...

    How far does 5 million go in Oakland/San Francisco (or LA, Chicago, NY, Boston) versus how far 2.2 (increasing a million a year over the next 8 IIRC) goes in Ames/Des Moines?

    I'd guess if he makes a tourney run into or beyond the Sweet 16, he'll see yet another bump (proly not as much) but likely another 2-4 years on that contract. which would put another 5-10 million in his pocket. All the while with a paltry NBA buyout to keep his options open.

    Pretty good deal for him IMO


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