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Basketball-Melbourne United’s Dellavedova keeps NBA door open

Melbourne United guard Matthew Delabedova claims that his NBA career is not over yet and that he can use the next National Basketball League (NBL) campaign to regain his health and return to the United States. He said he had sex.

The 30-year-old boy returned to Australia after signing a three-year contract https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/former-cavs-bucks-guard-dellavedova-joins-melbourne-united-2021-07 -09 With last month’s NBL champion. He previously played eight seasons in the NBA with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Milwaukee Bucks.

Dellavedova, who won the Cavalier Championship in 2016, has struggled with multiple injury concerns in recent years, including last season when he played just 13 times due to a concussion and complications from appendicitis.

“It’s definitely not the end date for me in the NBA,” said Dellavedova. “I’m stuck in United this season and I’m looking forward to a year there, but my goal is to get back to the NBA.

“If you’re ready for a short preseason and a long-delayed preseason, you can muster a fair amount of work to get into really good shape and condition.”

Dellavedova had interest from other teams this season but said he would like to play for NBL at this point in his career.

“There were some discussions with the NBA team, but nothing specific,” he added. “There were some pretty important offers abroad, but I always wanted to come back and play.”

(Report by Hritika Sharma in Bangalore, edited by Alex Richardson)

 

Basketball-Melbourne United’s Dellavedova keeps NBA door open