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Following Charlotte's season-ending 122-114 loss to the Orlando Magic on Wednesday, the 36-year-old veteran told reporters that he's "50-50" about returning for a 19th season. "I don't want to play on a rebuilding team," said Parker, according to the nba mt coins Observer's Rick Bonnell. "I want to play for a team that's fighting to make the playoffs, at least." Parker had his streak of 17 consecutive postseason appearances snapped, which is the third-longest in history behind Utah Jazz legends Karl Malone and John Stockton .

He averaged 9.5 points and 3.7 assists in 17.9 minutes through 56 appearances during the regular season as a backup to All-Star Kemba Walker, whose future in Charlotte is also in doubt as he enters unrestricted free nba coins. "I think for Kemba, that’s a decision he’s gonna have to make, too," Parker added. "Does he want to try to play for a championship? Does he want to play for a team that is at least competitive and try to make the playoffs? That’s not an easy decision, and only he will know the answer." Parker is under contract for 2019-20 at $5 million after inking a two-year deal last summer following 17 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs.


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