The comeback of Greg Ostertag has come to an end after 10 D-League games due to knee pain.
After knee troubles limited him to less than 30 minutes in the Texas Legends’ last three games, Greg Ostertag informed the team Thursday that he is ending his comeback in the D-League.
Ostertag had his best game for the Frisco-based Legends last week at the D-League Showcase in Reno in front of scouts from numerous NBA [...]
RENO, Nev. — Greg Ostertag was the first big-name veteran to sign with the NBA Development League when he decided to embark on a comeback with the Texas Legends a few weeks ago. The longtime Utah Jazz center wasn’t impressive in his initial appearances, but the consensus was that as long as he was able…
Greg Ostertag retired from the NBA in 2006.
Greg Ostertag, who was drafted in 1995 and spent most of his 11-year career with the Utah Jazz, is once again attempting an NBA comeback. The Texas Legends, the Dallas Mavericks’ D-League affiliate, picked up the 38-year-old center this week. His debut was tonight, and the 7-footer finished with 2 points and 11 rebounds in 17 minutes of play. From the Dallas Morning News...
Greg Ostertag, one of the best basketball players to come out of Duncanville and an 11-year NBA veteran, will begin a comeback Thursday night with the Texas Legends that he hopes will lead to the NBA.
The National Basketball Development League team based in Frisco came to an agreement with the 7-2 Ostertag this afternoon and [...]
Without cheating, guess how long Greg Ostertag has been retired? It was only five years ago, when an out-of-shape Ostertag was playing limited minutes behind Mehmet Okur and mentoring a young Kris Humphries. But it's been even longer since he was effective, and longer than that since he played for a contending team. So now, naturally, the 38-year-old Ostertag is hoping to join...
Greg Ostertag retired after the 2005-06 season.
December 28, 2011
So much for the “D” in D-League standing for “development” these days -- it’s more like, “Don’t call it a comeback” instead.
According to Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside, league sources confirmed both Ricky Davis and Greg Ostertag have decided to make their comebacks through the NBA Development League.
Both players have signed D-League contracts and will find...