The Memphis Grizzlies might have to move forward without their star power forward.
The Grizzlies’ contract extension talks with two-time All-Star Zach Randolph have stalled, which could mean Randolph will opt out of his current deal and become a free agent, Yahoo! Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
Randolph has until June 30 to opt in for the final year of his deal, which will pay him $16.5 million. Randolph is seeking a four-year extension while the Grizzlies are trying to secure a three-year pact, Wojnarowski reports.
Randolph has spent the past five seasons with the Grizzlies, recording double-doubles in four of those campaigns. He averaged 17.4 points and 10.1 rebounds this past season.