Sport Heart Problems: Lamarcus Aldridge ends his career
Harden ruled out for Nets, Aldridge available to make debut
The Brooklyn Nets will be without James Harden, as well as Blake Griffin, when they take on the Charlotte Hornets.Harden exited Brooklyn's 120-108 win over his former team the Houston Rockets on Wednesday due to tightness in his right hamstring.
Only a few weeks ago Lamarcus Aldridge (35) had joined the "Super Team" of the Brooklyn Nets, now he finishes his career.
"Although I'm feeling better now, what I felt that evening was one of the most terrifying things in my life," wrote the 35-year-old at Twitter - five days after his last game, after which he was for unevenly Heartbeat had issued in medical treatment.
a large brand just missed
of the Big Man, who was mainly in his time at the Portland Trail Blazers to the best forwards in the NBA, played for 15 years in the best basketball league in the world, seven times he became the all- Star appointed. The 20,000-point mark missed the 2.11-meter-hunes conceivable scarce (19.951 - 19.4 per game).
After nine years in Portland, Aldridge was connected to San Antonio Spurs in 2015, with which he was in 2017 in the Western Conference Finals - before he changed a few weeks ago to title candidates Brooklyn Nets.
"You never know when something can end up. So you should enjoy it every day," says Aldridge back to his career. "And I can honestly say that I did exactly that."
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