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Celtics tried dealing Kemba Walker to Spurs for LaMarcus Aldridge at trade deadline, per report

After being bounced from the first round of the playoffs, the Boston Celtics enter the 2021 offseason with some looming questions in front of them. First is finding a new head coach to replace Brad Stevens, who is replacing Danny Ainge as the franchise's president of basketball operations. It's a sizable shift for a franchise that has had Ainge as its president since 2003, and the roster decisions Stevens makes this offseason could be significant before the 2021-22 season starts.
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LaMarcus Aldridge supports Kaleb Canales & Ime Udoka as Blazers head coach

Since Terry Stotts and the Trail Blazers mutually parted ways Friday evening, rumors of candidates have been swirling all over, including Damian Lillard going public in his desire of Jason Kidd. Well, a Blazers legend has weighed in with who he'd like to see get a shot. LaMarcus Aldridge tweeted...
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LaMarcus Aldridge Opens Up About Life After Basketball

Clint Capela Says the Hawks are About to Send the Knicks on ‘Vacation’. LaMarcus Aldridge was one of the best bigs of his entire generation. Spending time with the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs before ending his career with the Brooklyn Nets after a short stint, his impact on the game will never be forgotten.
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LaMarcus Aldridge Reveals His 1 Regret With Damian Lillard

In April, NBA star LaMarcus Aldridge announced his retirement due to a heart condition. Fast forward two months later, the seven-time All-Star opened up about his career in an interview with Shams Charania of The Athletic. During his interview with The Athletic, Aldridge addressed his relationship with Portland Trail Blazers...
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LaMarcus Aldridge Talks Depression, Retirement, Damian Lillard Relationship, More

Seven-time NBA All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge announced his retirement in April because of an irregular heartbeat, a decision he says was necessary even though he "definitely wasn’t ready to hang it up." Aldridge told Shams Charania of The Athletic in an interview released Tuesday he was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, which...
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LaMarcus Aldridge opens up about battle with depression since retiring

In a recent interview with The Athletic, former Blazers All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge went into detail about post-retirement life and his time with the Blazers. Aldridge retired after a 15-year NBA career, which included him playing with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome since he was with the Trail Blazers. Aldridge was drafted No. 2...
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LaMarcus Aldridge Has One Regret From Portland Trail Blazers Stint: "I Wish I Would Have Worked Harder To Have A Relationship With Dame."

LaMarcus Aldridge retired this season due to health concerns, after an illustrious 15 season career that featured 7 All-Star appearances. During his time with the Portland Trail Blazers, Aldridge was one of the best big men in the league. Although he ended up leaving Portland for the San Antonio Spurs, he did manage to play with current Trail Blazers superstar Damian Lillard for a period of time.
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For LaMarcus Aldridge, Brooklyn was the ideal landing spot and then ...

When the Kevin Durant called LaMarcus Aldridge in early March, the recruiting pitch wasn’t that difficult. Aldridge, who had been sitting at home, knew what the Nets had, what they could do, knew how he could fit in. “The only thing they wanted to get better was having a big...
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LaMarcus Aldridge Reflects on Time With Blazers, Damian Lillard

In a newly-released interview with Shams Charania of the Athletic, former Portland Trail Blazers big man LaMarcus Aldridge reveals his regrets regarding his departure from the team. In the interview, which marks his first major one since his sudden retirement due to Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, Aldridge says he wishes he had worked harder to build bridges with Damian Lillard.
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LaMarcus Aldridge ‘depressed’ about missing out on Nets’ playoff run

As the Nets try to close out their first-round series against the Celtics Tuesday – sitting as the prohibitive betting favorite to win it all – it’s easy to forget that they could’ve been even better. It’s easy to forget they’d actually plugged their Achilles heel with a potential Hall of Famer – until he was forced into retirement.