After playing in the Olympic qualifying tournament in Mar del Plata and earning an Olympic berth for his home country, Brazil in the 2012 London Olympics, San Antonio Spurs’ Tiago Splitter is apparently studying proposals from few ballclubs and thinks about the possibility of returning to play in Brazil during the NBA lockout, according to the Portuguese website veja.abril.com.br.
“I think it is a good option for me and for basketball in Brazil. I’d rather play than standing still and doing nothing. If you have the opportunity to play in Brazil and all goes well, why not? ” Splitter said.
After getting the services of Leandro Barbosa of the Toronto Raptors, Flamengo has also presented a proposal to Splitter, Brasilia Pine did the same.
Some clubs in Europe are also interested in having Splitter, who had success in Spain.