LaMarcus Aldridge on what it would mean to retire his jersey with the Blazers | The Jump

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    LaMarcus Aldridge on what it would mean to retire his jersey with the Blazers | The Jump

    LaMarcus Aldridge joins The Jump to discuss the difficulty of having to retire midseason due to health concerns and what it would mean to retire his jersey with the Portland Trail Blazers. Aldridge also weighs in on why it’s so difficult for the Blazers to guard Nikola Jokic.

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    0:00 LaMarcus Aldridge on life after retiring.

    0:40 Difficulty of having to retire midseason?

    1:20 Have you been watching any teams since retiring?

    2:00 What would it mean having your jersey retired in Portland mean to you?

    3:00 Why is Jokic so difficult to guard for Portland?

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