Argentine and former Chicago Bulls player Andres Nacioni is planning to make a return trip in the NBA next season after spending the last two seasons in Europe, according to a reliable source on Tuesday.
Nacioni, who averaged 14.3 points and 5.4 rebounds in 25.8 minutes per game for Spain's Laboral Kuxta Baskonia, has been drawing interest from multiple teams, according to KC Johnson of Chicago Tribune.
The 34-year old Nacioni used to average at least 14 points through his four seasons with the Bulls, but he's nevertheless open to assume a lesser role for an NBA team.
"Europe is a great, great place to play basketball," Nocioni said. "I came back here because I sat on the bench a lot in Philly and that was frustrating for me because all my life I have played. But my situation has changed a little bit. I don't need to play as many minutes. I'm too old. So maybe I go to the NBA and try to enjoy a good organization and try to help young guys and the team to win games.
"I think about playing more like a veteran helping with fewer minutes and more experience. But I have no decision now. I'm not thinking long-term."