Just as the real world is cash-strapped, so is that top one percent corner of multimillionaires known as the NBA.
Some might think that a valuable role player like Eddie House would do the safe thing and exercise his $2.86 million player option by the June 30 deadline. But the Celtics guard, after one of the more productive seasons of his nine-year career, has the nagging feeling that he can earn more – hopefully with the Celtics.
But House’s love for his current situation may not preclude him from testing the free agent market next month.
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