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Retired NBA player Tim Hardaway on Wednesday officially endorsed a campaign to legalize gay marriage in Florida. The 46-year-old Hardaway retired from professional basketball in 2003. He was one of the league's best point guards during his 14-year career. GoPride.com

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The Brooklyn Nets will host pre-draft workouts on Monday, June 24 at the PNY Center in East Rutherford, N.J. The workouts will be closed to the media, however General Manager Billy King and prospects will be available following the session. Below is a list of participating players: Erick Green, Tim Hardaway Jr, Dennis Tinnon, Demetrius Conger, Giovan Oniangue, Dwayne Davis NBA.com

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The draft is June 27, more than a month away, but Hardaway already has a vision for his NBA career. “I envision having a long-term career, just like my father did,” he said, referring to Tim Hardaway Sr., who spent his first 12 seasons primarily with two teams: Golden State and Miami. “Not bouncing around that much. Not being a focal point, but being a piece of the team, a great team that wins a lot and wants to win. A guy that can come in, fill in and do whatever he can to help his team win.” Detroit Free Press

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Tim Hardaway jr will announce his NBA decision later today in a press conference scheduled for 3pm (ECT). Hardaway will discuss his decision to stay for his senior year or leave for the NBA. Sportando

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Tim Hardaway said he got the news Wednesday, that he had fallen short in the final vote for 2013 induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame. He was disappointed, but hardly crushed. "Because I'm going to the Final Four anyway," the former Miami Heat guard joked Friday. South Florida Sun-Sentinel

"I think you should never anticipate going in unless you're Michael Jordan or John Stockton or Karl Malone or someone like that," he said. "I'm happy for everyone who got in." Among those who formally will be named for induction Monday is Gary Payton, who will become the first former Heat player to be enshrined in Springfield. Payton helped the Heat win the 2006 NBA title, also spending the following season with the team. "I'm happy for Gary," Hardaway said. South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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