Raptors’ Dennis Schroder admits mistake in rejecting Lakers’ extension offer…

Raptors Toronto Raptors Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles Lakers Dennis Schroder signed a two-year, $26 million contract with the Toronto Raptors during his first season as a defensive end, but point guards had the opportunity to earn even higher salaries a few years ago.
In 2021, Schroder reportedly turned down a four-year, $84 million contract extension in the first year with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Fans are currently criticizing Schroeder’s decision.
That’s because the veteran could have made more money had he stayed in Los Angeles.
However, the 30-year-old claims he was advised to reject the offer by his then agent.
“And I would have signed it,” Schroeder said, via Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports.
“I never leave money on the table.
My mother didn’t raise me that way.
” Toronto Raptors point guard Dennis Schroder plays while dribbling the ball during a game.
I gave the signal.
Raptors guard Dennis Schroder admitted he shouldn’t have turned down a lucrative contract extension with the Lakers.
Rick Osentoski / USA Today Network At the time, Schröder was represented by Octagon’s Alex Saratzis, but he has since been replaced by Priority Sports’ Mark Bartlestein.
After that year in Los Angeles, Schroder signed a one-year, $5.
9 million contract with the Boston Celtics and was traded midway through the season to the Houston Rockets, signing a one-year, $2.
6 million contract for the 2022-23 season.
He returned to the Lakers.
Schroder had a productive season in Los Angeles last year, earning him his current two-year contract with the Raptors.
Schröder played in 36 games for the Raptors this year, averaging 14.
6 points and 6.
8 assists per game.

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