f he opts out, he likely only has three real options. If he opts in, he could force a trade anywhere.
Boucher was on a two-way contract, but will no longer be a part of the team.
The Chris Boucher experiment appears to be over, at least for the Golden State Warriors. Or, at least for now. On Friday, the day after the 2018 NBA Draft, the team opted to waive Boucher, who was about to start the second year of a two-year, two-way contract.
Zero Dark Thirty-23 — the phrase LeBron James uses for putting a stop to all things social media during the NBA playoffs — is over, which means it’s time to read all the tea leaves about The Decision 3.0.
So what did James do to kick off a summer of potential free agency nuttiness? He changed his Twitter avatar.
The 2018 NBA Draft is in the books. There was drama, trades and Lonnie Walker IVtrying to wear a hat. And now, we have all summer to dissect the team's decisions. The night started off with a big trade, as the Hawks and Mavericks swapped top-five picks Luka Doncic and Trae Young -- two of the most exciting players in the draft. The other big news was the fall of Michael Porter Jr., who nearly dropped out of the lottery after being considered a potential top-three pick.