Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield good-naturedly flashed the money sign to general manager Vlade Divac during the team's Fan Fest on Saturday, per Sean Cunningham of ABC10 Sacramento.
Hield and Divac are currently at the negotiating table with the fourth-year guard set to become a restricted free agent next offseason.
Per Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, the Kings offered Hield a four-year, $90 million deal, but Hield is looking for something in the neighborhood of $110 million.
"With the 2020 free-agent class expected to be weak in terms of star power, sources said Hield is prepared to bet on himself and play out the season to test the market as a restricted free agent next summer if Monday's deadline passes without a deal in place," Haynes wrote.
Per Cunningham, Hield wants a deal by a Monday deadline (one day before the NBA season begins).