Is a LaMarcus Aldridge Comeback in the Works?

When LaMarcus Aldridge was signed by the Brooklyn Nets, it seemed as if he was getting a new lease on his basketball life. With his production dropping significantly this past season in San Antonio, the Spurs bought him out, which led him to Brooklyn to chase a title with the Big 3 of Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving. 

Unfortunately for Aldridge, he suddenly announced his retirement from the NBA due to an irregular heartbeat in mid-April. The move came as a shock to all around the NBA, but everyone wished the former Texas Longhorn a healthy and happy retirement, as Aldridge as about as well-liked and well-respected around the league as any player. 

However, less than four months after announcing his retirement from the game, it seems as though Aldridge is re-thinking his decision. 

The second overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, Aldridge has put together a remarkable career, with averages of 19.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 2.0 apg on 49.1 FG% in 34.2 mpg while making 2006-07 All-Rookie 1st Team, seven All-Star Games and five All-NBA Teams (3rd team x3, 2nd team x2). He is the 2006 draft class leader in total minutes played, points, rebounds and win shares and sits second in games played to Paul Millsap. 

Now the question is... where does Aldridge go should he be cleared to play NBA basketball again? 

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