"You Fancy, Huh": Golden State Warriors PF Brandan Wright Enjoys "Nice Sandwiches"

Brandan Wright is saving money and probably not a bad idea given how his chances of sticking around in the NBA are looking bleaker by the back strain. The Wall Street Journal dot com catches up with some NBA players to ask them about their saving, spending, and investing habits. Wright looks like he isn't going the Antoine Walker route anytime soon:

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Mr. Wright said he likes to get "nice sandwiches" rather than lavish meals when he's eating out on the road in order to save cash. And if his spending ever gets out of hand, he said, he has trained his financial advisers to call him to tell him to rein it in.

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What is a "nice sandwich" mean? I've had some pretty lavish sandwiches at the way overpriced cafe, Zingerman's where a reuben will run you 15 bucks (no sides or drink). Or he talking 5 dollar foot long "nice"? Looks like J.J. Hickson should talk to someone as he doesn't "know anything about that saving stuff."

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