Gerald Wallace is signed through the 15-16 season with $10 million remaining on his deal with the Boston Celtics.
While Wallace will fulfill his contract, he will spend this offseason debating whether he's interested in extending it to 16-17.
“Hopefully, I’ll reflect going into the last year of my deal,” he said. “This is my [14th] year. You kind of sit back and look at your career and all you’ve done and kind of just evaluate your past and try to set up for your future and see what you want to do. That’s the time I’ll do it, in the offseason.”
Wallace would be in his 16th season if he's still playing in 16-17.
“I would love to continue to play, but it’s more about my family and my kids,” he said. “I’m only 32 years old and I’ve been in here 14 years. That’s almost half of my life in this league. My kids are getting older. They’re starting to play high school sports now. It depends on if they’re comfortable with me still playing or they’re ready for me to come home and be part of their lives.”