<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>The Wiz have offered a maximum three-year extension worth around $50 million, and that would kick in at the conclusion of his current contract. But Arenas said it would be a wiser business decision to opt out because he will be eligible to sign a maximum six-year deal worth $90 million-$100 million next summer.</div>LinkPlease, try to tell me it doesn't have anything to do with the money now. Yes, he wants to contend, but he also wants more money.I see where Arenas is coming from, and it does make sense. One of the reasons he has changed his mind from taking a paycut, is because he suffered his first serious injury this season. That changes a player whole train of thought. Now, he wants something he can back up on if some serious injury did happen again.