【Introduction】The NBA stars we are familiar with have gradually left us one by one, let us suddenly realize that heroes also have old age
A day that makes people sigh.
This summer, Tracy McGrady, Iverson and others have left the NBA one after another. Then next summer, which heroes will say goodbye to us?
The first thing people think of is these two superstars Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant. They have played in the NBA for dozens of years.
Duncan’s contract was signed in 2012. The term is three years and expires in 2015. However, 2014 is a player option, so it is possible for him to retire next year.
Although when he renewed his contract, he said that this may not be his last contract in the NBA.
However, the failure of the 2013 final and the divorce turmoil may prompt Shi Fu to retire early. After all, he is now 37 years old.
Kobe’s contract will expire next summer, and it is very likely that he will retire by then.
He had previously said that he would retire when his contract expired, although he later changed his mind.
Although Kobe himself has great memories and confidence in the NBA, objective factors such as injuries and age may force him to retire early.
The Heat and the Mavericks also have a lot of veterans, and some of those who will retire next summer may retire.
The Heat’s Sean Battier, Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis are all post-70s players, and they happen to have contracts until next year, so there is a great possibility of retirement.
The Mavericks’ Shawn Marion and Vince Carter are very similar to them, and the 2013-2014 season may be their last season.
Other former stars who may leave include Kenyon Martin, Chauncey Billups, Elton Brand, Marcus Camby, Derek Fisher, Richard Jay
Ferson, Jermaine O’Neal, Lamar Odom and Steve Nash.