hi-res-158824359_crop_northKurt Thomas ended last season on a bad note when he suffered a broken foot in March of 2013, effectively ending his season and his NBA career.

Thomas, who last played for the New York Knicks, is now considering a comeback to the league. As his agent, Jerry Hicks, tells the New York Post, Thomas is willing to come back as long as he is playing for a winning team.

“If the right call comes, he’d come back," Hicks said. "He’d only play for a club that has a legitimate chance at winning a championship. Not the Knicks, I can tell you that."

Wow, apply cold water to that burn! Of course, Thomas won't play for the Knicks. However, it does seem like a possibility that a winning team could come calling for the 41-year-old Thomas if injuries start hitting their frontcourt.

“We’re not calling teams," Hicks added. “We’re not doing it that way. But if a team calls us interested in Kurt, he’d listen."

Teams are able to sign players to 10-day contracts now, so seeing Thomas being called wouldn't be a surprise.

I could definitely see the Miami Heat taking a chance, or the Atlanta Hawks with Al Horford out for the year. The Brooklyn Nets could also possibly make sense if they continue to win games.

Thomas has logged over 27,000 minutes of court action over his 18-year career, where he played for nine different teams.


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