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After retiring 3 years ago, Richard Hamilton, the Husky alum will be looking for a comeback into the NBA, per CBS Sports

After getting picked 7th overall in the 1999 NBA draft, this UConn and Piston legend spent 14 years in the NBA. It is reported that he told CBS Sports that while his agent is putting his name out across the league he will be trying to get himself back into top shape. The 38 year old, 3 time all-star averaged just over 17 points per game in his career, leading both UConn and Detroit to NCAA championship in 1999 and an NBA championship in 2004, respectively. 

With all the money being thrown around in the NBA you can't blame Hamilton joining fellow UConn alum Ray Allen in the search for finding a team. 

Best of luck to Hamilton on his attempt at an NBA comeback.

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Former UConn Huskies legend, Ray Allen may not be done with his NBA career just yet. Basketball reporter, Alex Kennedy has stated through Twitter Golden State's intention to recruit Allen. 

After losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals this past season, Golden State has gone all out to ensure they are once again the NBA champions. They recently swayed superstar free agent Kevin Durant to depart from Oklahoma City. Now they look to improve their roster with the addition of future Hall of Famer, Ray Allen. 

Allen last appeared in a NBA back in 2014, competing in Game 5 of the Finals. During that regular season, Allen appeared in 73 games, averaging about 10 points per game and shooting 37% from deep. Historically, Allen is the greatest three-point shooter of all-time. 

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According to David Pick, basketball columnist at Bleacher Report, Shonn Miller has agreed to a Summer League deal with the Utah Jazz. 

After four successful seasons at Cornell, Miller decided to use his final year of eligibility in Storrs, Connecticut. Last season, Miller averaged 12.3 points, 5.2 rebounds per game, shooting 58% from the field. Miller excelled in the post, displaying great balance and explosiveness when having his back to the basket. He also proved just how athletic he is, throwing down some ferocious putback dunks such as the one below.

Hopefully, Miller can continue his basketball career professionally, he certainly has the talent. Best of luck to Shonn with the Jazz! 

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