Originally Posted by Amente
He was offered what they could offer in an extension per league rules. Nothing more and nothing less.
Extensions are offered all the time by teams and 90% of the time the extension is declined by the player.
which is why I dont put much into the Spurs getting mad at Nazr turning it down. The Spurs knew they could only offer so much and most of the time the player will turn it down and opt for something bigger at the end of the season. No reason for Pop to put him in the doghouse for that. the Front office would have expected it to begin with. Nazr's play in the opportunities he did get this year had the most to do with things IMO