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 contributor happened within Lee's scope in Washington during Hughes' career year in 2004-05.
Here's the Post's take on Hughes' comeback:
"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 Vega...