From Ariza to Sefolosha, 8 players thus far that have opted out of the NBA’s restart

Victor Oladipo was an All-NBA Third Team member in 2017-18. [Image Source: Flickr | KA Sports Photos]
Victor Oladipo was an All-NBA Third Team member in 2017-18. [Image Source: Flickr | KA Sports Photos]

Victor Oladipo and DeAndre Jordan are the two well-known players who will not be participating

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With the NBA restart set to begin on July 30 with 22 teams, there have been a number of players who have decided to opt-out in wake of the pandemic.

Here are the eight players so far that have confirmed that they will not be taking part. Players such as Bradley Beal and Dwight Howard have been said to be on the fence as to whether they will join, but they have not made their final decision as of the morning of July 5.

1

Trevor Ariza, Portland Trail Blazers

Acquired by Portland in late January, Ariza will not participate in the re-start due to a one-month visitation window he has with his son according to ESPN. He has started in all 21 of his appearances since joining the Trail Blazers averaging 11 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 1.6 steals.

2

Davis Bertans, Washington Wizards

It has easily been a career season for Bertans as he will look to capitalize on this offseason when he becomes a free agent. One of the top sixth men of 2019-20, he has averaged 15.4 points and connected on 200 three-pointers (seventh-most in NBA).

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