Last March, LaMarcus Aldridge was bought by the San Antonio Spurs, giving him the flexibility to sign with any NBA team. Hoping to win a ring, he signed with the talented Brooklyn Nets soon after the acquisition.
However, due to medical issues related to his heart, Aldridge was forced to retire from basketball after only five games in Brooklyn. At the time, there was no clarification on whether this was a temporary or permanent retirement. He considered coaching but did not rule out a return to the NBA as a player.
As I mentioned for the first time before Shams Al Shaaraniya AthleteAldridge is now medically cleared to return to NBA work. If he is to return to the league this season, the Nets are the frontrunners to sign him according to Charania. This will be Aldridge’s 16th NBA season.
Now at 36, Aldridge is no longer the star he once was. However, it would be beneficial for any competitor to have it on their list. Aldridge scored career averages of 19.4 points and 8.2 rebounds per game.