Not jealously eyeing Power Chair commercials at age 50 is one reason Paul Shirley thinks about the end of his playing career.
In what might have been his last career game, Paul Shirley found himself taking a leap of faith.
Paul Shirley weighs the merits of ending his pro basketball career and getting on with the next stage of his life.
Practice? Paul Shirley (and his sore ankle) would like to invoke the immortal words of Allen Iverson when his Spanish team pushes him despite his injury.
Paul Shirley wants everybody on his team to grow a mustache. After the guy with the 'stache hit a miraculous game winner, the chances of fuzzy lips are growing.
Paul Shirley lists his favorite albums of 2007. He understands if you haven't heard of most of them.
Paul Shirley's previously winless team pulled out a nice win in Spain. But the big man admits that since his participation was minimal, so was his happiness for his team.
Paul Shirley is returning to the same pro team, in Spain, for an unprecedented second year. But first, there's the matter of healing that ankle.
When Paul Shirley trained at altitude with his Spanish team, he was laid low by a few challenges.
He's back in the game. Paul Shirley's latest hoop odyssey takes him from KC to Menorca, Spain. Here's a play-by-play.
Just when Paul Shirley was committed and prepared to play for a Spanish team, the rug was pulled out from under him.