Veteran center Jeff Foster will be one of the many players on the Indiana Pacers’ roster that are on the last year of their contract. Foster will be turning 34 as the off-season rolls around and he hopes he will be re-signed by Indiana. He doesn’t see himself going anywhere else.
“It’s extremely important,” Foster told HOOPSWORLD on the significance of ending his career as a member of the Pacers organization. “I never thought about going anywhere else. Those thoughts have never even crossed my mind … nothing would make me happier than to finish my career as a Pacer. So that’s what I plan on doing and hopefully we’ll be able to follow that through.”
Indiana could re-sign Foster to use a twelfth man or something. He hasn’t been used at all this season due to the other performances of the other Indiana big men. Foster could just be used for depth. I don’t see him getting signed by anyone else as I don’t seen anyone gaining interest in him.
Foster didn’t really play last season due to injuries.
If he doesn’t get re-signed or signed by any other team this off-season, we could be seeing the last season ever of Foster.