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Hines talks to BasketNews about retirement, Messina, Datome, and Mirotic

Kyle Hines is not ready to call it quits just yet. The 37-year-old EuroLeague legend, who plays for EA7 Emporio Armani Milan, told BasketNews that he still enjoys the game and the journey to success. He also shared his thoughts on his coach Ettore Messina, his teammate Gigi Datome, and his former rival Nikola Mirotic.

Hines, who is a four-time EuroLeague champion and a member of the EuroLeague 2010-20 All-Decade Team, said that he has contemplated retirement as he gets older and sees some of his peers leave the game. However, he said that he loves winning trophies with his teammates and going through the ups and downs that lead to those final moments.

Hines also praised Messina, who he said texted him “Let’s not joke” when he hinted at retirement in an interview with Eurohoops. Hines said that Messina is a great coach and a great person, who has helped him grow as a player and a leader. He also said that Messina has created a winning culture in Milan, where everyone is on the same page.

Hines talks to BasketNews about retirement, Messina, Datome, and Mirotic

Hines also spoke highly of Datome, who he called his best friend on the team. He said that Datome is a great player and a great person, who has a lot of experience and knowledge. He also said that Datome is very humble and funny, and that they have a lot of fun together.

Hines also commented on Mirotic’s signing with Barcelona in 2019, which shocked many fans and players. Hines said that he was surprised by Mirotic’s decision to leave the NBA and join Barcelona, but that he respected his choice. He also said that Mirotic is a great player and a tough competitor, who has made Barcelona a stronger team.

Hines also named the EuroLeague transfers he least expected this summer, such as Shane Larkin’s move to Real Madrid and Nando De Colo’s return to Valencia. He also explained why he would never play for a country other than the USA, despite having a Georgian passport.

Hines is entering his third season with Milan, after playing for Brose Bamberg, Olympiacos Piraeus, and CSKA Moscow. He has won a domestic championship title in every country he has played in. He is also the EuroLeague’s all-time leader in blocks and offensive rebounds.

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