Lou Williams' agent, Leon Rose, has confirmed reports that his client will exercise his opt-out clause in his contract and become a free agent. Williams was due to make $5.35 million next year had he not opted out of his current contract.
Although Williams opted out, he says he still wants to remain with the Philadelphia 76ers, but at the same time he's keeping his options open. Sources say that Williams wants a contract similar to what his teammate Thaddeus Young received in 2011, which was a five-year, $43 million deal.
Williams is likely to stay in Philadelphia, but here are some teams that have a shot of landing Lou in the upcoming free-agency period.