Shaun Johnson says the Warriors have told him they will not offer him more than his contract that ends at the end of 2019.
Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson says the Warriors have told him that they will not offer anything that exceeds his current contract.
Last month, the Warriors said that Johnson – who signed a seven-year deal with two years ago last year – could test his value on the free market, indicating that they are willing to let their star player go
Johnson, who is the highest paid player in the history of Warriors, has now posted on Facebook, looking for the latest position.
"Firstly, there is no contract for me to sign after 2019.
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"Secondly, if you saw the article that came out a few weeks ago … In a round they said they are not in a hurry to sign me again and since then they have told me again that they will not offer me anything like that.
"That means I can spread out my wings and see what's there, so right now that's what I'm doing!"
Johnson said nothing directly critically about the club in his position.
"You all know how much the warriors mean to me and how grateful I am for the opportunity they have given me to live my dreams and play the sport that I love!
I hope it will solve your confusion … Tell friends, so I stop asking the same questions.
"No hatred, all love as always."
Johnson said he would keep his fans informed of the next development.
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