Ex-Celtics starter worth $73 million declares 'I'm Going to Be Traded'

Evan Fournier expressed dissatisfaction with the New York Knicks and expects to be traded.

He believes the Knicks have no interest in keeping him despite his $18 million salary.

Fournier questioned why the Knicks didn't utilize him more, especially as the fourth-best 3-point shooter in the league.

He is certain that his time with the Knicks is over and doesn't foresee playing for them again.

Fournier sees a trade as the only viable option, given the Knicks' salary situation and incoming players with significant contracts.

Staying with the Knicks would be detrimental to his basketball career.

He played 10 regular-season games as a starter for the Boston Celtics after being traded.

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