Toronto Raptors keeper Fred Van Fleet has been outspoken about his intentions to get into a free, unrestricted agency “I'm trying to get paid, man I'm not shy about that,” VanVleet recently told JJ Redick in his “The Old Man and the Three” podcast “I'm Not Having to tell people I can win like, just look at my story, do your research, I've never been on a losing team all my life I've won a championship and now it's time to cash out I'm 26 I've only spent four years (in his NBA career) but I feel like I'm on On the verge of blossoming even more, with more leadership role, "Free Agent Undocked In 2016, VanVleet has evolved into one of the best two-way goalkeepers in the NBA after raking in $ 9 3 million last season. He's on his way to double his salary the Raptors will probably be able to." Who awarded him a four-year contract worth $ 80 million, but other companies such as the Detroit Pistons, New York Knicks, and Phoenix Suns may appear if he re-signed with the Raptors, VanVleet will be ready to take the lead from Kyle Lowry, who will turn 35 next spring in either case. Money will be a factor, VanVleet said, "It's not just numbers, but numbers play a big role, and I just want to feel my value in exchange for the other party." "The teams can tell you your worth whatever they want, but until they show you the numbers, then you know what that means."