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Mourning Knew It Was Time To Go


“I spent the past year rehabbing and thinking about my basketball future,” Mourning told a news conference. “After 16 years I truly feel its best I retire.

‘At 38 I feel like I’ve physically done all I can for this game. God knows it’s been an amazing ride.”

Zo annouced his retirement today and will move forward with the many charitable and business ventures he is involved in. He was a power player with an intensity that was rarely matched by the other players in the league. He leaves the game as a champion on and off the court… this 7-time NBA All-star will be missed.

Respect to Zo and his family.

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