In a league wrought with obscene salaries and undeserving paychecks, there are some NBA players who provide an extra bang for their buck.
While the word "lunacy" is often associated with a majority of the Association's contracts, bargains do exist; not every athlete can be considered the benefactor of a bolstered or unjust salary.
In fact, certain deals aren't just merely deserved, they're underwhelming; some contracts actually stray away from the stereotypical motif of unwarranted and unfair, and meander their way into the realm of justifiability.
And it's not just about the dollars and cents, it's about what the team is getting for those dollars and cents, regardless of if it's $1 million or more than $10 million.
From underpaid veterans to established steals to modestly compensated superstars, there are plenty of players whose salary-to-performance ratio cannot only be accepted, but actually embraced.
*Note: Due to the increased financial limitations imposed on rookie contracts, athletes still playing under their first NBA deal are not eligible to be considered.