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Last week it was Juan Dixon.
Now Michael Finley wants to call it a comeback.
Apparently age is nothing but a number to guys like Dixon (34 years old) and Finley (39 years old) as they still feel like they have something to offer to NBA teams around the league besides a chance to increase a teams’ average age.
ESPN.com’s Marc Stein is reporting Finley -- the former Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, San Antonio Spurs and Boston Celtics swingman – is eyeing a comeback after last playing for the Celtics in 2010.
Over the last two years, Finley has worked intimately with the Mavs front office under the approval of Mark Cuban and is said to have played in integral part in Dallas trying to lure free agent point guard Deron Williams to town this past offseason. According to Stein, Finley was extended an invite to training camp with the Mavs on a non-guaranteed contract until a calf injury canceled the comeback attempt.
Now healthy and ready to go, Finley still feels he ca...
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