Tony Parker on retiring this summer: “It’s 50-50”

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Four-time NBA Champion Tony Parker revealed that he has not decided yet whether he will retire this summer.

Here is what the French guard said in an interview with the French TV show “C’a Vous”, per BeBasket:

On retiring this summer: “It’s 50-50. I haven’t made my decision yet. I told the club that I will give them an answer in June. I really hesitate.

I have nothing to prove. I want to spend time with my family. And there’s another part of me that wants to make one last season. There will be an NBA match in France, in Paris. It will be a beautiful event.”

On spending the final season of his career playing for a championship-aspiring team: “All my life I’ve played to win titles. With Charlotte being a mid-table team, sometimes you have trouble getting up in the morning to motivate yourself.

I spent 17 years in San Antonio. At the beginning of the season, I thought we had a chance to win the title.”