The four-time All-Star isn’t thinking about his player option for now. DeMar DeRozan can opt-out of his 27.7 million this coming free agency and take advantage of the money that will offer. In a video conference with the local media in San Antonio, the ten-year veteran talk about other issues.
“I mean I never think about the next year,” said DeRozan. “It’s all about the times that we’re living in. So much is going on with COVID going around and the injustice that everybody is fighting against right now.”
“There’s so much in the world going on that I put that in play before I even think about my next year’s option.”
On his second season in San Antonio, DeRozan average 20,5,5 for the second straight season. Earlier before the season suspension, Chris Haynes reported that DeRozan will opt out this offseason. Then Jabari Young said in ESPN the veteran isn’t happy in San Antonio.