Kevin Seraphin retires from basketball at age 30

Photo: Ciamillo-Castoria
Photo: Ciamillo-Castoria

Seraphin announced his decision in an interview with FIRST TEAM

French big man Kevin Seraphin announced in an interview with FIRST TEAM that he’s retiring from professional basketball at the age of 30.

Seraphin, the 17th pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, played seven years in the NBA with Washington, New York and Indiana. After leaving the NBA in 2017, he returned to Europe to spend the following two seasons in the EuroLeague and Liga ACB with FC Barcelona. He was inactive in 2019-20 and ultimately decided to retire after dealing with knee injuries.

Seraphin won the silver medal at EuroBasket 2011 with the French national team.

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Source: FIRST TEAM.

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