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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    Dillon Boucher's body has finally told him to stop

    Dillon Boucher's body has finally told him to stop


    The former Tall Black will retire after this year's National Basketball League campaign with the Super City Rangers, aged 42.

    Boucher has continued to take to the court since stepping aside from Australian basketball league side the Breakers in 2013.

    But he says even that has become too much.

    He says he's always wanted to continue playing as long as his body has allowed him to, which it now is.

    Dillon Boucher is currently the general manager of the Breakers.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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