As reported by ESPN, On a business-related note, Myers is confident that the deadline to use Andre Iguodala’s $17.2 million trade exception, which was July 7, will be pushed back whenever the league determines its new schedule.
“I don’t know this, but maybe similar to a post-lockout moratorium period where you’re kind of hit with these dates,” Myers said. “I think it will crunch everything into a tighter space. Sometimes that’s good. Sometimes when you’re forced to make decisions in a five-day window instead of a three-week window, it’s still possible to do. It just has to be done faster.
“Me personally, I’m not crying about free agency or the draft or whatever happens right now. Maybe I’ll get there. Probably will. But right now it’s more about let’s just stay healthy, let’s try to do the right thing, try to remember our place in all this. And when the work deadlines come, and we’re told we can do what we do, we don’t complain about that, either.”