Batums next contract is expected to be very low after being cut off by the Hornets, and his strength and experience will be a good complement to some championship teams who dont need him to play too much time.
New York Post nets reporter Brian Lewis forwarded the news, and wrote: Batum is the type of small forward the nets need But only if the price is right.
Batum, who is about to turn 32, signed a five-year, 120 million contract with the Charlotte Hornets in 2016. However, he was affected by injuries in the following seasons and his athletic condition gradually declined. Last season, Batum played only 22 games, averaging 3.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3 assists per game, and his annual salary was 25.57 million dollars.