According to a report from ESPN (which has been a large source of the Kawhi Leonard/Spurs drama), Parker's camp is looking for the "right deal" while the Spurs are hoping to bring him back for another year, primarily as a mentor. This past season, Parker, who was recovering from a quadriceps injury, was removed as starting point guard and replaced by the young Dejounte Murray.
Oh yeah, Tony Parker is out there too as a FA. His people are out shopping for a deal, I’m told. Spurs would still like him back in a mentorship role if the numbers work for both sides.— Michael C. Wright (@mikecwright) July 4, 2018
Retirement is definitely off the table, with Parker previously saying that he'd like to play another three seasons in order to have a 20-year career.
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