September 29, 2022
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Aron Baynes Resumes Basketball Career, Signs With NBL’s Brisbane Bullets

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Veteran center Aron Baynes has agreed to return to basketball with the NBL’s Brisbane Bullets, just a year after a freak fall at the Tokyo Olympics left him hospitalized and initially unable to walk, his agent Daniel Moldovan told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

Baynes will sign a two-year deal with the Australian club but the contract has a provision that will allow him to leave and return to the NBA should he receive an opportunity to do so, per Windhorst. Baynes reportedly had offers from teams in both Europe and China, but those deals wouldn’t have allowed an out to return to the NBA, which remains his ultimate goal.





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