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On a recent appearance on his Green Room podcast, the Sixers veteran broke the news that he’s shelving retirement for another day. Danny Green even made a prediction date on his return – right before the All-Star break. “I’d like to end on my own terms and not a major injury. … I will be back before All-Star break. You better believe it. You heard it here first. So I will work my tail off to rehab to get back healthy,” said the Sixers vet. “My body and my bones usually heal pretty well. I don’t have any bad habits. So, yeah, I think I’ll be back in time to help the team in the playoff run and show and prove that I’m able to still play at that level to help a team get a win in the playoffs.”
Source: R.P. Salao @ Clutch Points
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