The Spanish base José Manuel Calderón has confirmed his retirement from basketball after a career full of successes and will become assistant to Michele Roberts, executive director of the NBA Players Association (NBPA), as journalist Ben Golliver has advanced , from the Washington Post.
After not finding equipment for the 2019/20 season, the 38-year-old Spanish player leaves behind two decades of basketball behind him, with 14 years in the NBA and eight medals with the National Team to become part of the union that now represents All the players in the best league in the world.
Calderón has had a career to frame in basketball, with a world championship (2006), a European championship (2011) and two Olympic runners-up (2008 and 2012), and now he will try to prove himself in the offices.
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