The Charlotte Bobcats are mired in an awful 4-31 rut right now, and their second highest-paid player, Boris Diaw, has suffered through a disappointing season. The veteran forward is in the final year of his contract, and he has raised the possibility of taking a buyout on his contract, president of basketball operations Rod Higgins told the Charlotte Observer.
"Boris and I had a meeting prior to the All-Star break, maybe [the] Wednesday before.
NBA Rumors Around Charlotte Bobcats Boris Diaw Can Be Put to Bed Scratch Boris Diaw off you teams want list. In a move that makes plenty of sense to his wallet, Diaw decided to exercise his player option for the 2011-2012 season tha... Read Post
Boris Diaw and the Charlotte Bobcats have agreed on a buyout, and the San Antonio Spurs could be the front-runners to land the veteran forward, according to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The buyout was agreed to a... Read Post