Former NBA center Aaron Gray will retire from the league and join the Pistons coaching staff, the Detroit Free Press is reporting. Gray signed a two-year deal with the Pistons prior to last season, but a health issue prevented him from making the team. Gray averaged 3.4 points and 3.4 rebounds over seven NBA seasons.
Center Aaron Gray was waived by the Pistons late in the preseason after failing to make the team's final 15-man roster. Gray signed a guaranteed two-year contract during the offseason but suffered from a cardiac issue during the preseason.
The Pistons announced that center Aaron Gray is expected to miss training camp while rehabbing from a cardiac episode suffered following a voluntary workout in late August, per Sports Illustrated. Gray, who signed a two-year deal with the Pistons in the offseason, is seeking medical advice from cardiac specialists to determine a timetable for return.
Center Aaron Gray signed a one-year deal worth $1.27 million with the Washington Wizards. The deal includes a player option for the following season. Gray split last season between Toronto and Sacramento, averaging 1.8 points and 3.0 rebounds in 37 games. He also shot 44.3 percent from the field over that span.
Kings center Aaron Gray has fallen out of the rotation recently, as he earned his third DNP coach's decision in the last five games Wednesday, in a win over the Knicks. Gray has played just 35 minutes in the month of February, while appearing four of the team's seven games.
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