When ex-Portland star guard Brandon Roy announced his retirement in Decemberat 27 years old, he seemed far too young to be done playing basketball. His knees were in terrible shape, to be sure, and his days as a franchise cornerstone were done. But surely Roy could help some team somehow, right? He had simply been too great as a Rookie of the Year and All-Star with the Blazers to be finished entirely.
That turned out to be the case. Since making clear his intentions to return to the NBA several weeks ago, Roy has met with several teams. On Thursday night, Jason Quick of The Oregonian reported that Roy had reached an agreement with the Minnesota Timberwolves (technically the team that drafted him) on a two-year deal worth $10.4 million. And now that he's back with an NBA team, we must wonder what exactly we should expect out of Roy in this new phase of his career.
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