Former Memphis Grizzlies star Zach Randolph to join Ice Cube's BIG3 league

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Two-time NBA All-Star Zach Randolph will make his return to the hardwood this summer, after reaching an agreement to join Ice Cube's BIG3 League as a player and captain for Trilogy, according to a league press release.

In late December 2019, Randolph announced his retirement from the NBA after playing for five teams in 17 seasons. 

The former Memphis Grizzlies power forward is most recognized for playing during the franchises "Grit and Grind" era where he averaged 16.8 points and 10.2 rebounds. He also played a significant role in leading that team to the 2013 Western Conference finals. 

Now at 38-years-old Randolph looks to make a run for a BIG3 championship playing under Trilogy's new head coach Stephen Jackson who is also a former NBA and BIG3 player.

Z-Bo will make his return to the FEDEX Forum arena on June 20th for the BIG3's season four debut.