I really doubt there's a higher buyout for any particular job vs. all other jobs for LJ. As discussed before, when they hired him, Butler was extremely well positioned to negotiate a sky-high buyout for any job that may tempt LaVall; there was likely no need for a Michigan multiplier. Second, I think you'd have to be insane to leave a high major head coaching job for an NBA assistant job, so I wouldn't worry about that. I'm not sure that's happened in the history of ever. You see NBA assistants and college assistants swapping places sometimes (e.g., Shrews from Boston to Purdue), which sort of tells you those jobs are mostly equivalent.