Trevor Ariza chose to retire from the NBA and promised to visit with his son
Portland Trail Blazers striker Trevor Ariza (Trevor Ariza) has decided to withdraw from the NBA Orlando game.
Instead, Ariza decided to conduct a one-month visit with her son.
The Trail Blazers forward has been involved in the custody of his 12-year-old son.
His son’s mother decided to accompany the court to order a one-month visit period, which happened exactly during the NBA restart.
The 34-year-old Ariza chose to lose $1 million to $1.8 million, depending on whether the Blazers entered the playoffs.
For the 2020-21 season, Ariza received a minimum deposit of $12.8 million.
Programs have been set up for players and teams to prepare for those who exit the bubble.
For example, players must inform their team of their decision before Wednesday.
It is expected that the team will hand in the travel party including the roster on July 1.
As for players who do not come to Orlando, their positions will be filled by substitute players.
However, once the players decide not to participate in the game, their team will not be allowed to be brought back to the team this season.
The Blazers were allowed to sign a substitute player to replace Ariza.
Portland sits 29-37 and is one of three teams in 3.5 games in the Western Conference’s eighth seed Memphis Grizzlies.
If any team other than the top eight lands in the eighth seed four games, then these teams will enter and participate in the game.
The Blazers hope that Zac Collins and Yusov Nurkic will return with two important 7-foot players who have been absent for a long time due to injuries.
In February, Ariza came to the Trail Blazers through a deal with the Sacramento Kings and started 21 games.
He averaged 11 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1 steal per game. He averaged 49% from the field and 40% from outside the 3-point line.
Trevor Ariza has averaged 10.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game in his 16-year career.
This post is written by Eric Magana