After having a medical issue that led him to retire, LaMarcus Aldridge might return to play after receiving medical clearance to play basketball again.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Nets are considered the first team to sign the big man.
In April, when doctors diagnosed Aldridge with an irregular heartbeat, the seven-time all-star decided to retire after just playing for five games with the Nets.
He signed with the Brooklyn Nets in March, but then had the health issue after a couple of weeks and got waived after that. Before signing with the Nets, he was a massive contributor for the Spurs offensively and defensively, averaging 13.7 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 0.9 blocks per game. The Spurs then decided to rebuild the team, and that is by going to go young with the roster, which means they are going to part ways with Aldridge. The team and their big man reached a buyout agreement.