Toronto Raptors president for basketball operations, Masai Ujiri, says he remains with the team he has made NBA champion.
Ujiri announced this to reporters during its media availability at the end of the season.
"I love it here My family loves it here My wife loves it here, which is very important My children are Canadians They want to win more … I'm in my thoughts here," said Ujiri on Tuesday ,
Earlier this month, ESPN sources said that the Washington Wizards would offer Ujiri a deal with an annual volume of nearly $ 10 million with a chance of equity capital.
Ujiri, 48, who has another two years under contract, is the architect of the first championship in the history of the Raptors. He also helped make the Denver Nuggets a rival.
Ujiri will now focus on winning MVP Kawhi Leonard, who will become next week's free agent, for the NBA finals on Monday night, speaking to Leonard's uncle and adviser Dennis Robertson, earlier Tuesday.
"We'll wait, he's our player and he's a superstar in our team and we'll wait for that," Ujiri said. 1