Found January 26, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
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 Just when you thought the D-League couldn’t possibly add any more veteran NBA free-agents to their rosters, along comes Rafer Alston.  According to Marc Stein of ESPN, 35-year old point guard is ready to make his comeback and could sign with a team in the D-League as  soon as Friday.  But is Alston really ready to “Skip” back into the NBA and make a return run through the D-League in order to get there?  Over his 11-year career, the streetball legend known as "Skip To My Lou" played for the Idaho Stampede during their CBA days,  Milwaukee Bucks, the defunct Mobile Revelers of the D-League, Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat, Houston Rockets, Orlando Magic, before a  tumultuous exit back with the Heat during the 2009-10 season.  While splitting the season between the Nets and Heat his last year in the league, Alston averaged 6.6 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.9 assists  per game in 25 games, before being suspended indefinitely for missing a practice and a game. The suspension ra...
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