Cleveland (WOIO) - Cavaliers guard Anthony Parker has decided to retire, ending a 15-year career, according to the Plain Dealer.
Parker has spent the last three seasons with the Cavaliers. The shooting guard averaged 7.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 51 games last season.
In an email to the paper, Parker wrote "I wanted to make that decision after the season and make sure that is what I wanted to do. I'm at peace with it and excited for whatever the future has for me."
Parker was a first round pick in 1997 out of Bradley by the New Jersey Nets. He also played with Orlando, Philadelphia and Toronto.
Parker also played six years in Israel playing for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
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