During the offseason of NBA, everyone is imagining about Lillard and Harden’s next home. The main reason is that these two people have a strong desire to win the championship, and it seems difficult for their current team to let them see hope. I can’t help but think, is the NBA champion really that important? In fact, the answer to this question is completely different from person to person.
For superstar players like Harden and Lillard, the championship is really important. After all, they have earned a lot of money in their whole career. They need more "fame" because of the so-called fame and fortune. And the NBA championship can improve their historical status. Buckley, a retired celebrity, has won numerous personal honors throughout his career, and his personal ability has also been widely recognized. However, it is always mercilessly ridiculed by O ‘Neill and others because there is no championship.
So we saw that James joined forces with Wade and Bosh to win the championship, and Durant joined the Warriors directly to win the championship. What’s more, the letter brother deliberately stepped in to win the championship. There are more and more phenomena that star players reduce their salaries and even force teams to win the championship.
For role players, the first thing they consider is salary and the second is honor. Even so, for most active players, once they win the title of champion, their salary will be improved. Therefore, for an NBA player, the championship is very important at any level.