Igodara: KDs gone. I have to be traded. If I buy out, I dont want to lose too much money.

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 Igodara: KDs gone. I have to be traded. If I buy out, I dont want to lose too much money.


Even though Bob Myers told me that the deal wasnt necessarily going to happen at that time, I texted my wife and said that I would be 100% traded. As soon as KD left, I knew that the warriors would probably choose to sign first and then change, instead of losing the core in vain. At that time, outsiders did not expect this level, but I think the warriors will do so, and I will be involved in the basic.

My wife asked me where I would be traded, and I said I dont know. Its probably Memphis. She didnt believe it, and the next day I received a notice that I had been traded to Grizzlies, and I laughed.

For Igodara, hes seen too many storms in the league. Such a deal is not bone-and-bone for him. Moreover, Igodara has made up his mind not to play for Grizzlies. Now there are reports that Grizzlies agree that he can not go to training camp. However, the last year of Igodaras contract is very high salary, more than 17 million, Grizzlies are still not ready to buy out. Igodara did not reveal his plans for the future, but he clearly did not want to give up too much salary when negotiating a buyout. From the brokers point of view, a reasonable buyout will naturally not lose money, and if it loses, it will never earn back. Negotiations must be tactical, so we must be cautious and find ways to maximize our interests. However, Igodara has also given up higher salaries for joining the Warriors in the past. It is also a matter of concern how he and Grizzlies will break up. Source: Netease Sports Author: Kewell Responsible Editor: Gong Hao_NB12610

For Igodara, hes seen too many storms in the league. Such a deal is not bone-and-bone for him. Moreover, Igodara has made up his mind not to play for Grizzlies. Now there are reports that Grizzlies agree that he can not go to training camp.

However, the last year of Igodaras contract is very high salary, more than 17 million, Grizzlies are still not ready to buy out.

Igodara did not reveal his plans for the future, but he clearly did not want to give up too much salary when negotiating a buyout.

From the brokers point of view, a reasonable buyout will naturally not lose money, and if it loses, it will never earn back. Negotiations must be tactical, so we must be cautious and find ways to maximize our interests.

However, Igodara has also given up higher salaries for joining the Warriors in the past. It is also a matter of concern how he and Grizzlies will break up.