Mark Worthington is unsure whether he will continue his playing career after the 2016/2017 season NBL season ends.
The 33-year-old power forward is experiencing a good season as he’s averaged 11.5 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game in 15 matches played so far, according to Real GM and NBL.
”It’s a tough one,” said the Cairns Taipans player, as quoted by NBL. ”It’s tough when you’re starting to play good basketball again.”
Should Worthington decide to postpone his retirement after this season – he won’t be staying for too much in the league.
The Taipans are in contention to reach the NBL Play-offs – as they’re currently the sixth ranked team in the NBL ladder list.
”I guess towards the end of the season I’ll know where I’m at,” revealed the veteran.
”When you’re in the midst of a tight season the only thing you worry about is trying to win the next game. Whatever happens in the future, I mean, it will come out whenever it happens.
”I know that I’m playing some half decent basketball at the moment and I’m still helping my team win games. When the time comes, I’ll know when to put up the hand. It will probably be happening in the next year or two.”