John Collins said he believed he was worth it.
However, considering the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis, this may not be the best time to negotiate.
But at 22, he insisted that he deserves the greatest reward.
“When we talk about maximum numbers and money, I ’m sure [am in] This conversation made money. Collins tells the Atlanta News Constitution
“But I want to be an eagle, and I want to stay with the eagle.”
Another factor that violated Collins’ will was his violation of the NBA’s anti-drug program last season, which led to a 25-game suspension.
On the bright side, Collins averaged 21.6 points and 10.1 rebounds in his 22-year-old third season.
After he was placed 19th in the 2017 NBA Draft, he has consistently provided Atlanta with outstanding performance while exceeding expectations.
But it remains to be seen whether he has received the money he wants.