Found May 10, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Ben Golliver at Blazers Edge chronicled Brandon Roy's recent comments regarding a possible comeback this week, and I can't help but read those soundbytes and hope for the best. Unfortunately, with respect to a return to the game he once played as well as anybody in the League, I fear the worst for Brandon. I'm not sure a comeback is possible at this point, but Roy did say when asked that he feels he could always come back at somepoint anyways. Hopefully he's right and I'm wrong. Those comments from Roy via Ben Golliver at Blazers Edge: "The thing about the situation that I'm in is that I can always come back if I choose to. Having that option is always a good thing for me. I've been in the gym working out with Tony Wroten and you just find out how fast you miss the game. "In the back of my mind, maybe this is something I may do again. But who knows? It's something right now where I'm enjoying playing and not playing with the pain ...
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