Luke Ridnour officially announces retirement
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Yet another relic of the Seattle SuperSonics is saying goodbye to the game.

Having played 12 seasons in the NBA, 35-year-old point guard Luke Ridnour told David Rasbach of the Bellingham Herald that he's officially retired.

"I'm retired," Ridnour said. "I’m not going to go back. I think I knew it last summer, I just didn’t say it."

The former 14th pick of the 2003 draft saw time with the SuperSonics, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Minnesota Timberwolves as a steady hand at point guard before pinballing around the league as a journeyman.

Ridnour's final gasp in the NBA saw him bounce around five teams before finally getting waived. The Orlando Magic moved Ridnour to the Memphis Grizzlies, before he was dealt to Charlotte for Matt Barnes, then shipped to the Oklahoma City Thunder before finally landing with the Toronto Raptors. That all happened within a week.

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