Ex-Celtics starter worth $73 million goes public: 'I'm Going to Be Traded.'

Evan Fournier is unhappy with the New York Knicks, his current squad. Fournier told Yahn Ohnona of L'Equipe that he expects to be dealt because of the Celtics' division opponent. 

“I'd be shocked to be a Knick next year. 18 million. "They don't want me," Fournier remarked. Why didn't you trade me for a good return 

I was the fourth-best 3-point shooter in the league last season. Why not? Since I couldn’t display anything, they won’t get anything interesting. 

Fournier claimed he's positive he won't play for the Knicks again and explained why. 

“I’ll be traded. Otherwise, impossible. They and I would be stuck. Several big-contract players are joining. Unless they want a monstrous luxury tax... 

Fournier said staying would ruin his basketball career. “A year without playing is fine. Two—that's awful.” 

Fournier was dealt to the Celtics at the NBA Trade 

Deadline and started 10 of 16 regular season games and all five postseason games against the Brooklyn Nets. 

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