Kevin Garnett isn't ready to make a decision on his basketball future.
The Knicks eliminated the Celtics from the playoffs on Friday night in Boston.
"I haven't really thought about it, to be honest with you," Garnett said. "Doc pulled Paul [Pierce] and me to the side and all three of us agreed to speak later. It's too emotional, obviously it's a big game. Tough loss, especially at home. It's a different day for that conversation."
Garnett, who is signed for two more seasons, will turn 37 later this month. He is seventh on the NBA's all-time minutes list.
He hinted that his decision will hinge on whether or not Pierce is still with the Celtics.
"One of the big reasons I came here was because of Paul," Garnett said. "Obviously, you want to be in the situation where it's better. I want to make sure that I'm always able to help a team and be in a position to give something. I demand a lot of myself, both physically and from a skill level. I'd be lying to you all if I said Paul didn't play into that factor. It's just too soon of a conversation for me right now."