Isiah Thomas's contract with FIU includes a $100,000 bonus for winning the National Title. In other news, he earns a $250,000 bonus if he cures cancer, and another $400,000 if he finds experimental evidence for String Theory.
In all seriousness, I don't recall normally seeing a contract so spelled out. Every single tiny clause has been made public, including the number of free tickets he's allowed per game and his 'total meal allowance'. Looking through it, though, it's pretty clear that the Thomas signing was all about what we thought it was - a small program trying to make a splash. Most of the Thomas's money is going to come from endorsements, ticket sales and concession sales. And have no doubt: FIU will have an attendance spike next season.
I've already given my thoughts on the Thomas signing here, so I won't rehash those issues. I'm just passing along the story.