Bringing new meaning to old man game, Cuttino Mobley showed up at the Drew League and showed he still got game. He was hitting jumpers and sending people’s shots into the stands. Check it out courtesy of the Drew League.
Mobley was a 10-year NBA veteran, and during his prime formed one of the best backcourts in the Association with Steve Francis on the Rockets. Mobley had to cut his career short in 2008 when it was discovered he had hypertrophic cardiomyopathy — a condition where the heart becomes unusually thick, making it harder for the heart to pump blood to the body. He was released by the New York Knicks shortly after the discovery.
By the looks of the video, Mobley could still possibly play in the league. Well, maybe not a full game, or even a quarter, but Kendrick Perkins is still being paid to play in the league, so maybe there’s a place for Mobley.