Center Agent Willie Cali-Stein encouraged Sacramento Kings to allow his client to become an unrestricted free agent.
"I hope they will not even give Willy his qualified proposal" Roger Montgomery of Rock Nation Sports told about Sacramento Bee
A former Kentucky star, Kali-Stein, played all four seasons in Sacramento since he took the sixth place in the 2015 project. With his Ribbon contract, which expires this month, he will become a limited free agent – giving Sacramento the chance to match offers from other teams – if the kings admitted an initial offer of $ 6,265,631 million by June 30.
Willie needs a fresh start, Montgomery told Bee. "Based on how things went to him in Sacramento, I just think it's time for Willy to move on and we really would like him to continue."
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Cauley-Stein, 25, has an average of 10.1 career points, with 53.4 percent firing with 6.4 rebounds and 0.8 blocks, He is managing the Kings team title, who likes to play at a pace, giving Sacramento a 7-foot athletic center that can take part of the focus away from the defense, pass the ball and end up.
The sequence is a problem point for Kali-Stein. Last season he started with an average of 17.4 points in October, but his numbers declined after that, including two months (February and April), in which he failed to calculate the average of double points.
The kings issued a brief statement to Sacramento. Bey, saying: "Willi is a great player who has shown that he can fit our style of play." The Kings hired Luke Walton as chief coach in April to replace Dave Jorger.
"We did not feel he had managed to get what he needed to be able to guide the franchise as he wanted." Montgomery said. "We are very, very grateful for the opportunity, but we just think it does not work, it will not work, it's time for a new beginning, we need a new beginning, and perhaps the kings too."