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Set to turn 36 in November and preparing to play in the second season in the Big3, former All-Star Amare Stoudemire is keeping his options open about returning for one final fling in the NBA.
After announcing his retirement from the NBA in 2016, Stoudemire played last season for Hapoel Jerusalem, for whom he is one of the team’s owners, leading them to the league championship.
The five-time All-NBA selection, Rookie of the Year and six-time All-Star told Bill Reiter on CBS Sports Radio’s Reiter’s Block he is indeed eyeing a return to the NBA.
“I am. I am. I’m definitely planning on (coming back),” Stoudemire said. “I’ve been training like you wouldn’t believe, my body feels great. I had an amazing year last year playing overseas and so I’m gonna definitely continue to work my way back to top shape and see if there’s a team that needs my talents.”