Tony Parker is still undecided on his next move, previously mentioning that the chances of him returning for another NBA season are 50-50. The 36-year-old guard has practically done everything an NBA player could wish for and he singles out how only that first game to be played in Paris is what's keeping him think twice.

As mentioned in a previous post, Parker admitted that he lacked the motivation to go on playing in the NBA. Looking at his resume, the French basketball player has won four NBA titles and won Finals MVP honors in 2007. He has also made six NBA All-Star appearances, a long list of achievements that only a select few may have been able to do. He plans to reveal his decision in June.

Parker signed a two-year contract with the Charlotte Hornets in 2018. He has one more year remaining in that deal before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in 2020, Spotrac reported. The last remaining active member of San Antonio's Big Three will be 38-years-old by then and he will likely retire if he opts to play one more season.

Regardless of when he will retire, it looks like Parker is already planning ahead. The 28th overall pick of the 2001 NBA Draft along with current teammate and Nicolas Batum have purchased two ski resorts in the southern French Alps, Reuters reported.

Together with another former French female basketball player, Marie-Sophie Obama, the trio bought a 76.9-percent stake in SEVLC, a local company that runs two ski resorts in Villard-de-Lans and Correncon-en-Vercors in the southern French Alps. As far as Parker is concerned, the investment is an opportunity and a place where he would be spending time on select occasions.

"The goal is to spend time here, to spend Christmas holidays here," he said at a press conference. "It's not like there is a ski resort on sale every day."

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Tony Parker ended a 17-season run with the San Antonio Spurs this summer. In this picture, Parker answers journalists' questions during a visit by the delegation to a secondary school in the Paris suburb of Bondy, Sept. 7, 2018. CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT/AFP/Getty Images

Should he retire and carry out his plans to stay there, the first thing that the future NBA Hall of Famer will have to do is to learn how to ski. Since he is (still) in a professional contract, Parker is not allowed to practice the sport to avoid injuries. Fortunately, he will have plenty of help since his wife and kids are skiers.