Anthony Parker is an eight-year veteran who will turn 37 years old in June -- ancient by NBA standards.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are undergoing a youth movement and likely will try to find a suitable replacement for him in the draft. A wing scorer is probably their biggest need. Also, Parker's 2.25 million contract expires after this season.
All those things will contribute to the possibility of Parker retiring after this season.
"It's something I would consider after the season," he said. "It's not something I've decided on. Obviously, it will be decided after the season."
Several factors will enter into his decision about whether he wants to continue playing -- his young family, how his body feels and whether a team offers him a contract.
"Some of those things you can't see how it's going to go right now," he said. "You focus on every game and play like it's your last. That's how everyone should play. You're not promised tomorrow."
He's come to grips with the fact that he can...