PJ Tucker is unhappy with the Clippers
PJ Tucker recently ran through the microphones Clutch points He admitted that he is not happy with his situation with the Los Angeles Clippers, which are not coached by coach Tyronn Lue.
“At this moment I have no role in the team. I do not play. I’m out of the quintet. “It was a decision they made and now I’m trying to live with it,” Tucker said. “Obviously I feel like I can still contribute a lot so that the team can win, whether it’s here or somewhere else,” he explained.
Tucker admitted he’s had conversations with Lue about his situation, and he’s currently away from playing, mentoring youngster Kobe Brown. But he does not rule out his departure if his situation does not improve soon. He has a guaranteed campaign as well as a player option for the 2024-25 season worth a total of $22 million.
“We’ve had a few conversations, and as you know, we understand the situation. It is what it is. At this moment I have no minutes available and there are no more.”
Since his trade from the Philadelphia 76ers, he has barely played 12 official games with numbers of 1.2 points and 2.4 rebounds in 14.4 minutes.
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