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The immortal Larry Hughes would like to get back into the League. Preferably, with a title contender. Via the WaPo: “Larry Hughes wants back in, whenever the NBA lets players back in. Hughes sat out all of last season after he failed to secure the deal that he wanted in free agency two summers ago. ‘Obviously, I wanted to play,’ Hughes said recently. ‘At the same time I wanted to be stable. I didn’t want to go to a situation where it was a one-year deal, or partial guarantee deal where at any time you could be out of there moving on. I wanted certain things after moving around the past three years, to different teams, I wanted something solid. If I didn’t get that, I wasn’t coming back.’ But when he participated in the Impact Basketball Competitive Training Series last month Las Vegas, the 32-year-old Hughes said that he wasn’t quite ready to retire. ‘I still got some game left. Having a role on a team, a contending team, is what I’m looking for. We’ll see how it goes.’ In the first
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Larry Hughes wants back in, whenever the NBA lets players back in. Hughes sat out all of last season after he failed to secure the deal that he wanted in free agency two summers ago.
“Obviously, I wanted to play,” Hughes said recently. “At the same time I wanted to be stable. I didn’t want to go to a situation where it was a one-year deal, or partial guarantee deal where...
Whenever this lockout ends and NBA basketball returns, former Philadelphia 76er teammates Allen Iverson and Larry Hughes want to be part of the action. Iverson says he’ll “play for anybody.” Hughes claims he’s “still got some game left.” While I don’t doubt that–physically–Hughes still has something left in his tank at age 32, and even Iverson at 36, I have...
Larry Hughes' last NBA turn was a 45-game stint during 2009-10 that included stops in New York and Charlotte. It was far from celebrated. And like most NBA players, past or present, he'd really like a gig during the 2011-12 NBA season. Line up, LH.
The Washington Post's Michael Lee is documenting Hughes' comeback turn, mainly because Larry's finest run as an NBA...
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Larry Hughes is not ready to retire and hopes to return to the NBA.
I’m staring at an ad in a magazine right now. It’s a two-page spread, a perhaps two second clip of a man approaching a basket and then dunking. It’s broken down so you see five of him all at once. There’s the dribble, the gather and finally he’s in the air, elbows at the rim, [...]
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Whipping boy Larry Hughes is looking to get back in the game- “He’s also 32, though, which isn’t too far off from an NBA player’s prime. With long arms, good hands...