Tony Parker would like to continue his career with the San Antonio Spurs for another five seasons. Parker would like to play 20 seasons with the Spurs.
"The Spurs know I want to play until I'm 38," Parker told Yahoo Sports in a recent phone interview. "That will be 20 seasons for me. That's my goal. This year is No. 15. And if I'm lucky enough and I'm healthy, hopefully I can play 20 seasons and then I'll be ready to retire."
Parker is in the first season of his three-year, $43 million extension he signed in August of 2014.
Parker has told Gregg Popovich and R.C. Buford of his goal.
"Last year was the first year in my whole career where I had a lot of nagging injuries," Parker said. "When I compare to all the other guys when you look at D-Rose [Derrick Rose], [Paul] George and Wesley Matthews, I feel very lucky and blessed that I have been able with my little body to play all those years."