Free agent Cuttino Mobley recently participated in the ASM Sports Pro Day in Las Vegas.
Cuttino Mobley is reportedly hoping to make a return to the NBA.
Cuttino Mobley has filed an amended complaint against Madison Square Garden, regarding the way he was treated after being diagnosed with a heart condition.
Cuttino Mobley is suing the New York Knicks, claiming that the team forced him to retire in 2008 due to his heart condition.
Cuttino Mobley, who is hoping to return to the NBA despite a chronic heart ailment, has helped to finance a $1.6 million loan for medical marijuana dispensaries in Maine.
Cuttino Mobley hopes to return to the NBA despite the chronic heart condition that forced him into retirement in 2008.
Cuttino Mobley says his heart condition shouldn't prevent him from playing basketball -- the 35-year old has drawn interest from teams in China and Poland but he wants to return with an NBA team.
Cuttino Mobley has been among several notable names working out for the Celtics in recent days.
Cuttino Mobley, who was waived by the Knicks in April and was set to retire due to a heart condition, says he's healthy and wants to return to the NBA.
The Knicks officially waived Cuttino Mobley on Monday.
The NBA has denied the Knicks a $4.5 million disabled player's exception for retired guard Cuttino Mobley.
Cuttino Mobley announced his retirement on Thursday due to the heart condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
ESPN is reporting that a heart ailment will force Cuttino Mobley to retire and that an announcement will be made on Thursday.
A final decision on Cuttino Mobley's health and career will come this week, according to the Knicks' president Donnie Walsh.