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Troy Hudson took 4 years off but missed the comraderie and still felt he could play. So he came back to the Skyforce with every intention of making it back to the NBA. But he also wanted to be a father figure to the young players on the team while he was here. But he's decided that injuries have made that comeback too difficult and he's announced his retirement from basketball.
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