Even after he (Ricky Davis) was waived by the Los Angeles Clippers in 2010 — ending a 12-year NBA career — he ultimately wasn’t able to retire.
Davis joined professional clubs in Turkey, China and France. He now finds himself playing for the NBA Development League’s Erie BayHawks.
His latest hoop dream is to play a few more years (In the NBA). Then he’ll retire as a player.
“Now I’m the old man,” Davis said. “In my mind, I still feel like I’m a kid. My body’s like, ‘No way, kid.'”
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