LaMarcus Aldridge suddenly announced his retirement from basketball over worries about an uneven heartbeat he underwent throughout the previous match he playedwith.
Aldridge, a 35-year-old seven-time All-Star and five-time All-NBA First-Team manhood, revealed his choice to resign from the game at a note to social networking. He had lately joined the Brooklyn Nets at the middle of this year after over four years using all the San Antonio Spurs.
"My final game, I played with dealing with an irregular pulse. Later on that night, my rhythm got worse which worried me ," he wrote.
"The morning after I told the staff what was happening and they had been fantastic getting me into the hospital and getting me checked out.
"Although I am better today, what I felt with my heart that night was nevertheless among the scariest things I have experienced.
"With that said, I have made the challenging decision to retire from the NBA. For 15 decades, I have put basketball , and today, it's time to place my family and health first."
Nets general manager Sean Marks published a statement, stating the team completely supports Aldridge's decision.
Aldridge signed with the Nets after having a buyout in the Spurs on March 25.