Found October 19, 2011 on Washington Post:
Hamady Ndiaye has watched two of his closest teammates – Trevor Booker and Kevin Seraphin – pursue opportunities overseas during the lockout but said recently that he isn’t ready to follow them just yet. “I’m more patient,” Ndiaye said. “I’m going to be more patient and wait.” Unlike Booker and Seraphin, Ndiaye is not under contract for next season and would be taking on more risk were he to get injured playing elsewhere. Ndiaye’s agent, Marc Cornstein, said on Wednesday that Ndiaye’s first priority is to return to the Wizards, who extended him a qualifying offer worth $963,872 last May that made him a restricted free agent whenever the labor dispute is settled. Read full article >>
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