At 37 years of age, the veteran captain of Real Madrid and Spanish League all-time rebounds king says his career has been without any regrets. Even when it comes to declining offers from certain NBA teams. “There had been offers from the NBA. But not from any important team,” Reyes said to Spanish Cadena SER ratio. “I wish the Miami Heat and the L.A. Lakers sent me offers,” he joked. “But these never arrived. “But I don’t regret leaving Madrid. For me Real Madrid is like being in the NBA. Or better.”
As Spanish newspaper “As” reports, Anthony Randolph and Real Madrid have a deal for a three-year extension of his contract, which will keep the American big man in Spain until 2020. The deal was first reported by Israeli journalist Moshe Barda two days ago, who like “As”, confirmed also that there’s a tricky part on the contract. The new deal will include an NBA out option, as Randolph still has his eyes also in the NBA.