NBA Free-Agents-to-Be Who Killed Their Market Value in Playoffs

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NBA Free-Agents-to-Be Who Killed Their Market Value in Playoffs
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Kevin Martin didn't have the postseason Thunder fans were hoping for.

The NBA playoffs are all about a shot at the title, but for every future free agent participating, it's also a chance to up their market value.

Much like a strong showing in the NCAA tournament can propel future players to higher spots in the NBA draft, a strong playoffs can sometimes mean a bigger payday for a future free agent.

Obviously, the postseason shouldn't be the primary measuring stick for any player, but it is important to see how players do when the teams are a little better and the lights a little brighter.

With that being said, not everyone parlays the postseason into more money. There are always a few players who have less-than-admirable postseasons and really do a number on whatever market value they originally had.

Such is life in the NBA.

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