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Ten Things You Should Quit While Not Going Gently into That Good Night
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Richard Jefferson Surprised to Learn That the Dallas Mavericks Have Retired His Number Jan 28, 2020 - 7:44
BRISTOL, Ct.–Former NBA star and current basketball analyst Richard Jefferson said he was "surprised and humbled" to learn that no one will ever wear Number 24 for the Dallas Mavericks again. Jefferson, who played one season for the Mavericks (2014-15), was the last of five Mavericks to wear that number. The penultimate #24 was Pavel Podkolzin (2005-06).
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, announced the retirement of #24 in a press release. “We are shocked and saddened by the devastating news of the passing of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna. Kobe was an ambassador for our game, a decorated legend and a global icon. Above all, he was a loving and dedicated father. Kobe’s legacy transcends basketball, and our organization has decided that the number 24 will never again be worn by a Dallas Maverick.”
"In deference to Kobe and to his evolution on LGBTQ+2 issues, I will have nothing further to say (about the retirement of #24) beyond that I am surprised and humbled by this announcement," said the oft-traded, twice-retired Mr. Jefferson, who played for eight different teams during his seventeen-year NBA career. (He wore #24 on at least four of those other teams.)
Mr. Jefferson was in the news last summer when he announced that he was ending his one-year retirement from basketball—only to announce shortly thereafter that he was retiring again because the only team that offered him a job was the New York Knicks. The Knicks promptly and emphatically denied that they had done any such thing.