How accurate is Spotrac?

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I was looking at Spotrac's market value for upcoming free agents and their values all seem realistic. The most ridiculous one I saw was our buddy Isiah Simmons. They had his market value at $16.5 million annually. How can that be?

They have Hollywood at 14.8 mill annually, which is 2nd to Ridley's 17.3 mill.
 

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I don't use spotrac but maybe they automatically used the 5th year option number for Simmons?
 

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I was looking at Spotrac's market value for upcoming free agents and their values all seem realistic. The most ridiculous one I saw was our buddy Isiah Simmons. They had his market value at $16.5 million annually. How can that be?

They have Hollywood at 14.8 mill annually, which is 2nd to Ridley's 17.3 mill.

The Simmons number is 'old', hasn't been updated, and it probably reflects the fifth year option that wasn't picked up.
 
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