The Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday decided not to pick up their fourth-year option on Jahlil Okafor, which could have a ripple effect. The New York Times’ Marc Stein reports that Okafor could now seek a contract buyout from Philly after the team decided they don’t want him back next year. A parting of ways between the two sides wouldn’t be at all surprising. Philly had a $6.3 million option on Okafor for next year, which isn’t a lot of money compared to what top players make in the NBA, and they still declined it. They’ve simply lost faith and interest in the youngster.