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Chauncey Billups retires after 17 NBA seasons: ‘It’s just time’

The 2004 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, Chauncey Billups, is retiring after 17 NBA seasons. Billups became an unrestricted free agent when the Detroit Pistons declined the second year of a contract option that would have paid him $2.5 million next season. The five-time All-Star has missed 185 games over the past three seasons and decided it was time to retire just before his...
Via Sports-Glory
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Five-Time NBA All-Star Chauncey Billups Retiring After 17 Seasons

After 17 seasons in the NBA, Chauncey Billups is calling it quits. The former Detroit Pistons star became and unrestricted free agent when the team declined his team option this offseason. Billups told Yahoo! Sports on Tuesday that he had “a couple of opportunities to play” this season, but ultimately, he chose retirement. “It’s just time. I know when it’s time,” Billups...
Via NESN.com
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Chauncey Billups Retires From NBA After 17 Seasons

Goodbye Mr. Big Shot. NBA vet Chauncey Billups has announced his retirement from the NBA after a long and memorable 17-year tenure. The 5-time all-star was the MVP of the 2004 Finals when he was with the Detroit Pistons. Billups continued adding to his legacy with his stint in Denver. Billups stated the following for why he decided now was the right time, via BlackSportsOnline: ...
Via Geeks and Cleats
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Chauncey Billups a serious contender to make Cavs roster

Photo Credit: dimemag.com   Last season it was a homecoming for Chauncey Billups to the Detroit Pistons. He played the role of mentor to the young point guards and many thought he would move on to an assistant coaching role or even front office. Chauncey Billups’ career with the Detroit Pistons seems to be over.   Report: Chauncey Billups a real possibility to make Cleveland...
Via Pass The Pill
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cavaliers Rumors: Chauncey Billups works out for Cleveland

Without a doubt, the Cleveland Cavaliers are making the biggest moves in the 2014 offseason.  Led by the free agent signing of native son LeBron James and now rumored to have a deal in place for acquiring All-Star forward Kevin Love.  Plus they signed Mike Miller and still may get Ray Allen to reunite with LeBron in Cleveland.  But the Cavaliers are insatiable, looking for any...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Will Pistons retire Billups' No. 1?

A decade after the 2004 NBA title, the Detroit Pistons should strongly consider retiring another jersey number. Andre Drummond announced Tuesday on Twitter that -- despite Chauncey Billups leaving the Pistons after one injury-wrecked season -- he's going to continue wearing No. 0. Drummond wore No. 1 at the beginning of his NBA career, but gave it up when Billups returned to the...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Chauncey Billups impresses during Vegas workout

The Detroit Pistons have declined to pick up the $2.5 million option on Chauncey Billups’ contract, once again leaving the veteran out in the cold. This isn’t the first time that the Pistons (a franchise Billups helped bring a championship to) have seemingly tossed Billups aside. Remember when they dealt him to the Nuggets back in 2008? But reports have surfaced today claiming...
Via Pass The Pill
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Clipper Billups: 'No way I would have played'

Chauncey Billups has friends on the Los Angeles Clippers, and he respects the players who were his teammates for two seasons. But the veteran point guard wouldn't have joined them on the floor Sunday afternoon. Billups said Monday on ESPN radio that had he still been a member of the Clippers, where he played from 2011-13, he would have boycotted Game 4 of their playoff series against...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Billups: 'I know my gas light is on'

AUBURN HILLS -- This wasn't how Chauncey Billups planned his return to Detroit. When Billups agreed to come back to the Pistons last summer, he knew what the short-term future held. He was going to be the starting point guard on a young team, and help take the franchise back into the postseason.  That would have brought everything full circle, with Billups helping to end the decline...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit's Billups has arthroscopic surgery

APNewsNow. Detroit Pistons guard Chauncey Billups had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, and he's expected to be evaluated after two to three weeks. The team announced the operation Thursday. Billups had surgery to smooth irregularities in the meniscus and alleviate pain and inflammation. Billups signed with Detroit as a free agent before the season, but he's played only 19...
Via AP on Fox
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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