It's a funny article on NBA contract incentives. For those who don't know how contract incentives count against the cap, it mostly depends on how likely they are to be achieved. Quoted: "Most of these provisions -- incentives, they call them -- pertain to team goals (victories, playoff achievement, etc.), which is fine, especially if a player has a history of injury. Baron Davis, for example, gets $1 million just for playing 70 games and leading his team to victory in at least 30 of them. Really, what's better than going 30-50 [sic], and then watching Donald Sterling's head explode by forcing him to hand over an extra million as a reward for this grand achievement?"