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Pau Gasol will reportedly decline option, wants to stay with Spurs

20 June 2017

After one season with the San Antonio Spurs, future Hall of Fame center Pau Gasol has chose to opt out of his contract. Now, it looks like David Lee will do the same.

Gasol intends to work with the Spurs on structuring a longer term deal to remain in San Antonio, Wojnarowski said, based on information from league sources.

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Gasol averaged 12.4 points and 7.8 rebounds while shooting at a 50 percent clip from the field in his first season with the Spurs.

Lee would stand to make $2.3 million with the option. He put up 7.7 points and 7.1 rebounds over 16 postseason games as the Spurs were eliminated in the Western Conference Final by the eventual champion Golden State Warriors. The Spurs' possible "Big Three" of Paul, Leonard and Aldridge seems like a better situation for Paul than what the Clippers can offer, but it comes down to what he cherishes more: A legitimate shot at an National Basketball Association championship or a max deal worth about $205 million with L.A.

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The move frees up much needed cap space for San Antonio and gives the Spurs more financial flexibility headed into the summer free agency period. However, he played 73 regular season games and 15 playoff games for the Spurs, proving to be a serviceable bench veteran when healthy.

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Pau Gasol will reportedly decline option, wants to stay with Spurs