Horry wants to return for another season with Spurs or Rockets

HOUSTON -- San Antonio Spurs forward Robert Horry says he
wants to return to the NBA for a 17th season.

Horry told Houston television station KRIV that he doesn't want
to retire. He also says he knows he could have had a better season
last year.

Horry is set to become a free agent July 1st. He turns 38 in

Horry says he'd like to return to the Spurs, where he spent the
last five seasons. If that's not possible, then he would like to
head for the Houston Rockets -- where he played his first four

Horry last season passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most
playoff appearances in NBA history. Horry finished with 244 playoff
game appearances; Abdul-Jabbar had 237.

The Spurs lost in the Western Conference finals to the Lakers in
five games. Horry averaged 2.5 points a game last season, 1.5
during the playoffs.