Before the NBA lockout became official, San Antonio Spurs’ Antonio McDyess and his agent made an agreement with the team that he would make his retirement decision until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement was in place.
Even though McDyess said he would retire this past season and even reiterated his decision after the Spurs’ game six playoff loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, it would seem McDyess is trying to keep father time at bay and is looking for some run on the court during this summer.
According to Carla Peay of the Washington Post, McDyess is to participate in a summer Pro-Am league along with other NBA players.
Evans plays in a Houston Pro-Am League with other NBA veterans, including former Wizard Cartier Martin, T.J. Ford of the Indiana Pacers, Antonio McDyess of the San Antonio Spurs, and D.J. Augustin of the Charlotte Bobcats.
McDyess still has one year and 5.2 million dollars remaining on his contract for the upcoming 11-12′ Spurs’ season. If there is a next season.
What do you think Spurs fans? Is McDyess just partaking in some fun summer league ball or is he going through the offseason with the mindset he will give himself one more shot at capturing an NBA championship?