For now, playing overseas not an option for Clippers' Blake Griffin
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New Jersey point guard Deron Williams recently became the first star to sign a contract with an international club. Williams, however, has a clause in the deal that allows him to return to the NBA as soon as the labor dispute is settled. Representatives for Bryant, the L.A. Lakers star, reportedly are in talks with the same Turkish team Williams has signed with.
Griffin said other players who have expressed interest are seriously considering it.
“I know some are for sure. And some guys will,” Griffin said. “But you've got to realize what's worth it for each individual player. Everybody's different. Everybody has different needs. I don't think the majority of guys will but for sure some will.”
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