JM: Then why bother to include the opt-out clause? PJ: …

5 years ago via ESPN
JM: Then why bother to include the opt-out clause? PJ: The real issue with the opt out was simply my rationale regarding the (potential) lockout. If it was going to happen in December and everybody chose to walk away, there was no way I was going to sit in New York for three, four months when I didn’t have a job, because (the players) aren’t even allowed to show up to work. So, in that case, I would go back to L.A.
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