The Tokyo Olympic Games were postponed a year due to the coronavirus pandemic and that, perhaps, forced Luis Scola delay his retirement from basketball until 2021. In an interview he gave to Sportweek, the Argentinian announced when his career as an athlete will end. “After the Olympics“, said.
Although he determined the date on which he will stop being a player, the former NBA He has not yet defined his future. “He could still be involved in basketball, but not as a coach. Maybe eventually, just for young players. I’m already getting a lot of proposals, but none of them have been as exciting as the idea of playing“, he expressed.
The power forward, he played in different franchises of the United States league such as Phoenix Suns, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets and currently works in Varese, Italy and is the top scorer of all the competition. It also has a average of 24.2 points per game.