Veteran forward Barnes retires from NBA

Matt Barnes says the Clippers got in their own way.

Matt Barnes has announced his retirement from the NBA after 14 years in the league.

Barnes played his college ball at UCLA and was selected in the second round in the 2002 draft by the Memphis Grizzlies. Barnes, however, didn’t make his NBA debut until 2003 with the Los Angeles Clippers, as he was traded from Memphis to Cleveland and then the Cavs waived him.

Barnes played for the Clippers, Kings, Knicks, Sixers, Grizzlies, Magic, Suns, Lakers and Warriors in his career. He won the 2017 NBA championship with Golden State.

Barnes averaged 8.2 points and 4.6 rebounds while shooting 43.6 percent from the field in his career.

 

 

 

1 Comment on "Veteran forward Barnes retires from NBA"

  1. Johnny Applecider | December 11, 2017 at 8:41 pm |

    Good riddance to Mr. Barnes, one of the sleaziest creeps to ever play professional basketball. Yes, good luck making more money off the court, so long as we never have to witness your trashy tattoos and cheap pimp thug tactics in an NBA game again. Your cash can’t buy literacy or manners, Barnacles.

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