Let's just get this out of the way.
That Jay Wright would likely be pursued by NBA teams after leading Villanova to the national championship is well-known.
That the Wildcats' roster next season will be stacked with talented underclassmen and a highly touted recruiting class is well-known.
That Wright is very happy at Villanova is well-known.
That Wright is very well-paid at Villanova is well-known.
That NBA teams can double whatever Wright's salary is at the snap of a finger, no matter how much Villanova gives him, is well-known.
That the NBA is the NBA is well-known.
That the odds of Wright leaving Villanova for the NBA are slim is well-known, even to people in the NBA.
That just because a team wants Wright doesn't mean Wright wants that team, or even cares beyond being flattered by the interest, is well-known.
That some people care about money above all else is well-known.
That some people don't care about money above all else is well-known, even though my assertion of that nearly got me run out of our podcast recording studio yesterday by David Murphy and Mike Sielski.
That you're likely to see many blog posts similar to this one on Philly.com over the next few weeks and months is well-known.
(For better or worse.)
So I will just leave this here, because while I have little doubt that it's true, I also have little doubt that it ultimately might not matter.