Sport Vince Carter: ’90-something percent’ certain he’ll retire after this season

02:51  03 august  2018
02:51  03 august  2018 Source:

Vince Carter agrees to 1-year deal with Hawks

  Vince Carter agrees to 1-year deal with Hawks Vince Carter may be 41 years old, but he still has a job in the NBA. Carter has agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

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Sacramento Kings shooting guard Vince Carter reiterated Wednesday he expects to return for the 2018-19 NBA season , but that will likely mark the end of his career. I'm almost 90 percent sure that's it after next season ."

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As last season ended, Vince Carter said he wanted to play probably one – but maybe two – more seasons.

After signing with the Hawks, 41-year-old Carter seems to be zeroing in on one.

Ian Begley of ESPN:

Carter added that he’s ’90-something percent’ sure that he will retire after the 2018-19 season.

He said he decided to join the Hawks for ‘an opportunity’ to play and also to pursue his post-retirement plans.

Carter said he plans to pursue a broadcasting career after he retires.

Carter has had a great career. He’s the best dunker in NBA history, and his longevity after stardom is unprecedented.

NBA TV is based in Atlanta, and I wouldn’t be surprised if transitions during the season into a role with the network.

This all but makes extinct hope of him playing again for the Raptors, but those reunions rarely meet expectations. Carter has already accomplished so much. If he’s ready to walk away, he shouldn’t chase storylines like that.

After next season, it’ll probably be time for him tell the stories rather than make them.

Report: Vikings asked Joe Berger to come out of retirement .
In need of a guard after Nick Easton‘s neck surgery, the Vikings reached out to retired lineman Joe Berger to see if he would be willing to come out of retirement, a source tells Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press (on Twitter).Berger, 36, didn’t hang up his cleats due to lack of interest. Both the Vikings and the Lions had standing offers out to Berger this spring, while at least two other unidentified clubs may have also been involved in talks. However, we heard all throughout 2017 that Berger was expected to retire after the season, and he ultimately followed through on his plan.


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