Jamal Crawford still wants to play in the NBA despite being 40 years old.

Crawford scored 51 points on 30 shots in the final game of the 18-19 season, which may end up being his last ever NBA game.

“I know that it was historic in a bunch of ways,” Crawford said. “But I honestly thought more so along the lines of: ‘I’m re-energized. I’m ready for the next chapter.’”

Crawford is trying to keep things in perspective as veterans such as Corey Brewer, Joakim Noah and J.R. Smith also remain unsigned.

“I honestly don’t think it’s anything personal,” Crawford said of the fact that he remains unsigned. “Obviously I can still play.”

Crawford is encouraged by Carmelo Anthony signing with the Blazers and he believes he will also eventually sign with a team.

“In my heart of hearts, I feel like it’ll happen,” Crawford said. “I just don’t know when.”