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Malcolm Delaney
Malcolm Delaney
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Born: 03/11/89
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
Earnings: $5,000,000 ($5,591,129*)
Eleven years after first moving overseas, Malcolm Delany feels the time is ripe to draw the curtain on an illustrious European trajectory that has had a little bit of everything, save for a EuroLeague title. It remains to be seen whether that mission will be accomplished in the course of the current campaign. “It’s not 100% guaranteed, but Milan will probably be my final stop in Europe. A lot of people are asking me, “Are you retiring?”. My plan is not to retire completely,” Delaney explains to BasketNews in a discussion that took place a week prior to his birthday. “For me, it’s not about the money anymore. I want to win a Final Four, but my body is more important. I’ve been gone from my family for eleven years. I want to spend more time enjoying life instead of playing for ten months,” the recent Italian Cup MVP adds.
Storyline: Malcolm Delaney Free Agency
Delaney first commented on Barcelona’s performance prior to the season being halted and expressed his desire to possibly remain in the team for many years. “We weren’t playing at 100% with Barcelona but if we got to 90% or 95% nobody could beat us in a playoffs series”, he mentioned. “Up until now, we are not at a point for an opt-out”, he told of his current contract with the club. “I’m not in a rush. If we can reach a deal, Barcelona is a team I can see myself in for many years”.
Storyline: Malcolm Delaney Free Agency
Q: Do you think that Europe has turned into an attractive destination for NBA players? Malcolm Delaney: I think so. NBA is changing. There’s a few teams trying to win, the other teams are just trying to play their young guys. Some of those spice that players normally had, they don’t have now because teams don’t want to win. So, if they see how the level of competition is in Europe and that they can make good money, playing at a high level, I believe that a lot more people are open to come in here.