There comes a point in a player's career when they only have a finite amount of time left to play in the NBA. At that point, certain things like money may take a back seat to winning. After all, most high-profile NBA players have made more money than they'll ever be able to spend.
However, the regret of not being able to hoist the Larry O'Brien Trophy may stick with them for the rest of their lives.
At that time, it's worth it for players to take less money if it means a greater chance at an NBA championship. Here are seven players in such a predicament, where the value of winning an NBA championship should be greater than the value of a few more dollars that they'll never be able to spend.