By Michael Perry
The Cincinnati Enquirer
The Golden State Warriors open their regular season Wednesday against the San Antonio Spurs, and former University of Cincinnati All-American Steve Logan remains unsigned.
But Shedrick Howard, who works for Logan's agent, Mike Strickland, said Thursday, "Lo isn't holding out" for a better contract. Howard said he couldn't comment further on the situation.
A source told the Enquirer that the Warriors have been reluctant to sign Logan until an injury he had was diagnosed. The 6-foot point guard was in Cincinnati less than two weeks ago and learned that he has a mid-foot sprain, the source said, which will require another couple weeks of rehabilitation.
Logan is back on the West Coast getting healthy and hoping to sign a contract soon. If Logan does sign, he probably would be placed on the injured reserve list.
Warriors officials have refused comment about Logan's situation throughout the preseason.
Logan was selected 30th overall in the NBA draft in June, the first pick in the second round.
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