That headline specifically does not mean that Gerald Wallace doesn't want to play in Portland, is unhappy on the Blazers, or wouldn't eventually re-sign with them either. Even though he doesn't want to talk about a possible contract extension with team officials anymore.
It just means that the new CBA suggests the more financially beneficial decision is to not agree to a two year deal (or extension) right now, but instead go try and get yourself locked into a four or five year package. Four and five being greater than two is the math in support of this theory.
Wallace is averaging 15 points, 7 rebounds, and playing almost 33 minutes a night for a real good squad out in Rip City right now, and he does have a player option to stay there for at least next season if he wants. If he elected to pick up that option, he would be paid $11.4 million next season for his services, but nothing more after that is guaranteed.
I can't even imagine turning down that kind of money,...