Free Agency Rumors

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“Coach [Stevens] definitely said [he wants me back],” said Turner. “He said he’ll be pushing for me and everything like that. And that’s pretty much it. But there’s a lot of stuff that’s going on right now. I understand it. And I understand what’s going to occur, with the draft picks and the young guys trying to develop and trying to get a superstar, stuff like that. I definitely comprehend it.” After going through exit interviews with Celtics brass on Friday, Turner said that a winning organization is at the top of his offseason wish list. He said “money’s cool” but he prefers a situation where he can play and compete for a title.
Storyline: Evan Turner Free Agency
Probed about his impending free agency on Friday, Turner noted he doesn’t like to fly, so he’s not planning any sort of league-wide trek to meet with interested teams. And he’s not obsessing about how things will ultimately play out. “I don’t really know what I think about during the day, but it’s not [free agency],” said Turner. “It’ll be cool. Once again, I’ll stay out of trouble until then, and try to keep bettering myself and growing.”
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Your contract with the Sacramento Kings is getting over by next month, What are your future plans? Will you extend the contract or will like to be drafted to a different team? Seth Curry: Yeah, I am thinking on that. I’ve left a few games with the Kings. I love my club – Sacramento Kings and I like the team and enjoy my game there with my mates. It will be really difficult for me to move on to a new club, but it would be early to say that there’s no possibility.