Former Pitt center (and current New Orleans Hornets center, in case you didn't know) Aaron Gray apparently isn't willing to settle. Looks like that 12-point performance in the playoffs against the Lakers got the big man thinking.
And with that, Gray has politely declined his $1.1M player option for next season in the hopes of getting more.
The Trib-Review's article points out, though, that Gray could welcome a return to the Hornets:
However, Gray's agent said the 7-foot, 270-pound center remains open to returning to New Orleans.
"I think he really enjoyed being with New Orleans, the opportunity to come free made it a good time to explore the market for him," said Jason Zanik, one of Gray's representatives, told the New Orleans Times-Picayune. The Times-Picayune