Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis rightfully have hogged most of the spotlight lately, but don't forget about Al Horford.
The 33-year-old big man still has to decide whether he will opt into the final year of his contract for $30.1 million, or if he'll follow in Irving's footsteps and hit unrestricted free agency.
Unless Horford and the Celtics agree to move back the deadline, he'll have to make up his mind on his player option by Tuesday. As of Saturday, he remains undecided according to Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe.
I was told that Al Horford hasn't made a final decision yet about his $30.1 million player option for next season. The deadline is Tuesday, but that can be moved back if both sides agree.— Adam Himmelsbach (@AdamHimmelsbach) June 16, 2019
If Horford were to opt out of his current contract and hit the free-agent market, it's believed he could seek a deal for three years at roughly $20 million per. It's unclear whether the Celtics would be willing to give Horford that kind of deal.
Of course, Horford nearing the tail end of his career could factor in the 12-year veteran's decision to chase a ring rather than see how the situation in Boston plays out.
Nevertheless, one thing is for sure: Celtics co-owner Wys Grousbeck wasn't kidding when he called this the most uncertain C's offseason since 2007.
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