Darius Miles, most recently of the Portland Trail Blazers, has signed a deal with the Boston Celtics to make his comeback attempt after suffering a knee injury in the 2005-06 season that was deemed to be career-ending.
Portland waived him after that year once that determination was made, taking his remaining two years and $18 million off their cap. If Miles plays in 10 games over one of the next two seasons, his salary will go back on Portland's books.
If he can regain some of the form that made him the Clippers' third overall pick in 2000, maybe he can help fill some of the void left by the departure of James Posey.
"If I let myself get hung up on doing things that had any actual chance of success, I'd never do anything!"
Perhaps if the Blazers stopped drafting and signing as many 'problem' cases as possible, they could've avoided this. Remember when Portland, led by Clyde the Glide, was considered one of the classiest teams in the NBA?