Found December 20, 2011 on New York Times Sports:
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The N.B.A. bid goodbye to Peja Stojakovic and Antonio McDyess, who each announced his retirement on Monday.
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Peja Stojakovic, one of history's best shooters, has retired from the NBA.  Peja grabbed a championship ring last year in his only season with the Dallas Mavericks. 

McDyess to retire after Spurs waive him

Antonio McDyess was waived by the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, clearing a path to retirement for the 17-year NBA veteran. McDyess indicated at the end of last season that his playing days were over, but the Spurs didn't rule out his return after the lockout ended. The move clears $2.6 million from the team payroll. The 37-year-old spent the last two seasons in San Antonio....

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Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle calls it "The Circle of Life in the NBA," and the circle is spinning again for the world champions with a pair of expected moves: the retirement of one of the game's finest marksmen in Peja Stojakovic, and the Mavs' planned signing of young backup center Sean Williams. The retirement of the 34-year-old Croatian, while not a...

McDyess, Stojakovic Retire

It might be hard for people to remember how good Peja Stojakovic and Antonio McDyess were.  It might be hard for some younger folks to look at the ends of their careers and remember the All Star appearances, McDyess' 20/10 seasons or Peja's dead-eye shooting.  Today, both Peja and McDyess decided to hang 'em up, ending a couple of brilliant NBA careers.  Stojakovic...

Peja Stojakovic announces retirement after 13 seasons

Peja Stojakovic, the Croatian sharpshooter, has announced he is going to retire from the NBA after a 13-year NBA career. Stojakovic spoke to ESPNDallas.com about the decision. The three-time All-Star told ESPN.com on Monday that the physical toll involved in playing after a string of back and neck troubles, at age 34, convinced him that…

Report: Ayon to sign with Hornets

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Stojakovic retires after 13 NBA seasons

Peja Stojakovic, owner of the fourth-most three- pointers in NBA history, retired Monday after 13 seasons.

McDyess set to retire after 17 seasons (AP)

Antonio McDyess was waived by the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, clearing a path to retirement for the 17-year NBA veteran. McDyess indicated at the end of last season that his playing days were over, but the Spurs didn't rule out his return after the lockout ended. The move clears $2.6 million from the team payroll.

Antonio McDyess to retire; Spurs front line very thin

After the playoffs, Antonio McDyess sounded like a guy ready to retire. After the lockout there was the thought he might be willing and able to give it a go in the shortened season, but that is not going to happen, reports Mike Monroe of the Express-News. The team acknowledged that McDyess won’t be back,…

Peja Stojakovic retires from NBA

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McDyess set to retire after Spurs waive veteran

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Spurs Officially Waive McDyess

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<a href="/spurs/news/111219_spurs_waive_novak_mcdyess">Spurs Waive Novak and McDyess</a>

SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs today announced that forward Steve Novak has been placed on waivers. He originally signed with the Spurs on March 4, 2011. In 23 games in San Antonio, during the 2010-11 season, he averaged 4.0 points in 8.6 minutes. Novak re-signed with the Spurs on December 15, 2011. At the same time the team announced that, due to the structure of his contract...
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