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.