Including All-Star Weekend salary:
1. Bill Self, $5,000,000
2. Mike D’Antoni, $4,750,000
3. Stan Van Gundy, $3,900,000
4. Fred Hoiberg, $3,750,000
5. Steve Kerr, $2,400,000
6. David Blatt, $2,300,000
7. Steve Clifford, $1,800,000
8. Scott Brooks, $1,700,000
9. Derek Fisher, $1,700,000
10. Billy Donovan, $1,700,000
11. Byron Scott, $1,650,000
12. Stan Van Gundy, $1,600,000
13. Rick Carlisle, $1,500,000
14. Mike Dunleavy, $1,400,000
15. James Borrego, $1,350,000
16. David Blatt, $1,350,000
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By now, most of you know that a woman has a right to be paid the same as a man for putting in the same amount of work! This has taken many people by surprise when I first wrote about it. I hope that I have been able to persuade many that this is not just a women’s issue, but one that merits a full discussion in the debate about women’s wages and the workplace.
While I did not come up with the idea on my own, it stems from a recent blog post written by a man named Peter Davenport, titled The Myth of Women’s Compensation: Why the Male-Dependent System Must Be Remade.
In his blog post, Davenport explains that because we have a male-dependent labor/employer system that does not recognize the benefits paid to women in the workplace, they simply do not get paid. And this has a profound effect on the wages of both men and women.
According to Davenport, it is possible to correct this inequality via a federal, state, and local government approach on the federal and state level.
If he is right, we must be able to get this
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