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Thursday, December 11th, 2008 at 9:30 am  |  14 responses

Cat Mobley Calls it a Career

Due to a heart condition, Cuttino Mobley will officially announce his retirement from the NBA this afternoon. The Knicks have set up a press conference in MSG at 1pm EST.

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  • maio

    That makes me feel old. I sure many of you can relate to that.

  • Blue

    Wow!! Imagine if he hadn’t been traded…he would have still been out there playing and putting his life in danger unknowingly. Man, the Clippers trainers are something else…

  • maio

    Also makes me feel first.

  • Benoit Benjamin

    Apparently every club he played for knew he had a heart condition, they just didn’t know how bad it was. makes you wonder how many players actually play with a serious condition.

  • Ken

    Don’t blame the Clippers trainers. He signed a waiver in order to play. People knew about his condition, he was just choosing to play despite the risk.

  • matt the jazz fan

    so is the prospect of playing in nyc so much worse?

  • Todd Spehr

    Does this mean Stevie Franchise will retire as well?

  • http://www.slamonline.com Cub Buenning

    One Love, Cat……

  • http://twentythreenine.blogspot.com Russ Bengtson

    Meow.

  • http://www.bbl.org.uk Josh D

    What?Is he still here?

  • L Boogy

    This is really a shame. I’ve been a fan of Cat since his first year in Houston and have always hoped for the best for him. Gotta consider health first though.

    @ Todd – this will have Steve grieving a death of sorts! I wish he would retire so my team could spend money on someone else.

  • josesito

    meh, cats have nine lives, he should’ve risked it and kept playing

  • chintao

    So, what are the future options at guard for the depleted Knicks? I guess Coach D’s going with seven in the rotation for the forseeable future. I can’t wait to see how this works on the second night of back-to-backs.

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