Brewer did not play in the NBA this season and is currently a free agent. He played a combined 31 games for Philadelphia and Sacramento last season. He has averaged 8.7 PPG in 23.0 MPG over 814 career games.
Brewer’s representatives tried in vain to find him a place to play this season.
“We had some talks with a few teams, but nothing really happened. My agent is still working on it, so we’ll see,” he said. “I feel like I can still help a team and I feel like I have a few good years left. But you never know, man. It’s a lot of young guys now. But we’ll see what happens.”
Brewer turned 34 in March and has worn the uniform of eight different teams. He feels he can be a leader as well as contributing on the court.
“I can point out some things that can help the young guys,” he said. “There are a lot of little things in basketball that guys really need help with. They only see the big picture, they don’t see the little things.”
Brewer is interested in coaching and broadcasting when he officially retires.