Martin seeking six-year, $87 million deal
Now he just wants out.
Martin has broken off contract talks with the Nets and has asked for a trade, reports ESPN.com's David Aldridge.
Martin, who has one year remaining on his Nets contract, reportedly was seeking a six-year extension worth approximately $87 million, but Aldridge reports the Nets have offered him roughly $66 million.
Martin is not eligible for a new contract until July 2004. He is scheduled to make $5.1 million this season.
Martin produced the best numbers of his three-year career last season, averaging 16.7 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. He increased his averages to 18.9 points and 9.4 rebounds during the playoffs when the Nets reached the NBA Finals for a second consecutive season.
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