His (Chandler Parsons) contract situation with the Rockets remains officially unchanged, as the team has until June 30 to exercise the fourth-year option on his contract.
If they decline the option, which reportedly is their current plan, he would become a restricted free agent this offseason when the new league year begins.
“I’ve worked my whole life to be in the situation,” Parsons said when asked if the situation was unsettling at all. “I think everything will work itself out. I just have to continue to get better. It’s really out of my control, we’re talking a lot back and forth, that’s really up to the guy behind you. So it’s out of my control.”
The guy standing behind the media was Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, who merely stopped by to say hello to Parsons and had no comment on Parsons’ contract situation.
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