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.
Power forward Boris Diaw and the Charlotte Bobcats have agreed on a buyout of his remaining contract that should be completed in time for Diaw to be eligible for another team’s playoff roster. Bobcats vice president of basketball op... 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