“I think I could stretch it out one more,” he explained. “In the end of the year, I typically assess from top to bottom to find out just how I am feeling. And, of course, opportunity — if the telephone call rings and teams reveal interest, that’s a good thing.”
The Hawks are Carter’s third team in as many seasons; he even also played for the Kings at 2017-18 and the Grizzlies for the three seasons . Carter consented to a one year, $2.4 million deal with all the Hawks last July. The eight-time all star is averaging 7.1 points a game this season when playing 16.6 minutes per game. He’s shooting a career-high 40.9 percent on 3 pointers.
“Mepersonally, I think I really could give another year, why not?” He advised PTI. “We’ll see what goes on.”