McIntyre retires from pro basketball

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Terrell McIntyre (175-G-77, college: Clemson) officially retired as a professional basketball player. The American point guard will undergo hip injury and he doesnt want to take risk to play pro ball again. McIntyre played seven games for Canadian Solar Bologna this season averaging 10.6 points, 3.9 assists and 1.9 rebounds. Terrell McIntyre played for Montepaschi Siena from 2006 to 2010. He won four SerieA titles with them and two Italian Cup trophies. McIntyre and Montepaschi also celebrated tree times in SuperCup. The American was named All-Italian SerieA Player of the Year -09. Four years before that he was All-Italian Lega2 Guard of the Year -05. That season McIntyre won the LegaDue title and Cup with Upea Capo D'Orlando.

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