Kevin Johnson, who helped lead the Phoenix Suns into the NBA Finals in 1993, made it official on Saturday: He's retiring.

"If God changes my heart, I'll change my mind," the 31-year-old point guard said Saturday after the Suns were eliminated from the playoffs by the Seattle SuperSonics. "But I don't see that happening."God gave me 10 great years. I have no regrets, only highlights," Johnson added.

In the finale of an NBA career that began in Cleveland in 1987, Johnson scored 20 points, but shot only 8-for-27 as the Suns were ousted in the opening round of the playoffs.

Johnson, who was traded by the Cavaliers to Phoenix during his rookie season for Larry Nance and a first-round draft pick, said he planned to sit down and talk to Suns owner Jerry Colangelo.

"But I'm not going to change my mind," he said.

Johnson, a three-time All-Star, scored 12,611 regular-season points in 679 games and 1,942 points in 92 playoff games.