Anthony Davis has not made a decision yet on what kind of contract he will sign with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Davis is taking his time to consider things and see how the team will complete the roster for the 2020/21 season.
“According to people not authorized to speak publicly, Davis and Paul, who’s also his representative, informed Lakers vice president of basketball operations and general manager Rob Pelinka that Davis wanted to see how the team would be put together before deciding the length of his contract,” Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Per Turner, Davis has several options regarding the length of his new contract with the Lakers.
More specifically, he can sign a two-year contract for $68M (option to become a free agent after next season) or a three-year deal for $106 million (player option after the second year).
His other options are a four-year deal for $146.7M or a five-year deal worth $189M.