With free agency right around the corner, players around the league with the "player's option" have decisions to make. Danny Granger, who is currently under contract with the Los Angeles Clippers, appears prepared to not exercise his player's option and instead will test free agency.
Brad Turner of the LA Times tweeted on Friday that Granger will in fact opt out and become a free agent.
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Clippers forward Danny Granger doesn't plan on opting in on his 2014-15 contract that would pay him $1.36 million, says NBA officials.Granger would be due $1.3 million next year if he chose to opt in. It only makes sense that the nine-year veteran would pursue other options with hopes of getting a long-term deal and more money. Granger is a former All Star and a career 17.4 points per game scorer. He also has career averages of 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game and shoots 38.1% from. Certainly with those abilities and his veteran cunning and guile he could be an asset to a contending team in the coming season.
— Brad Turner (@BA_Turner) June 20, 2014