Jameer Nelson working out, looking for another chance with NBA team




 

Jameer Nelson spent 14 seasons in the NBA and was an All-Star. For many years he was the definition of solid professional on and off the court.

The last time we saw him on an NBA court was with the Pistons back in 2018, when he split time between the Pelicans and Pistons, and his game had started to fall off. He didn't look like an average backup point guard anymore at age 35.

Nelson, after sitting out a season, is looking to make a comeback, reports Josh Robbins of The Athletic. That said, Nelson also could be on your television again as a color commentator.

A few teams might want to take a look at Nelson as a backup point guard and veteran locker room leader. If he has the game left, he co

If not, he's always been very good at expressing himself and with the media when I have dealt with him. Nelson could be a very quality color man.

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