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Terrence Ross, a player in the NBA for 11 seasons starting in 2012, publicly declared his retirement on Friday through his podcast (YouTube link).

Initially drafted by the Raptors as the eighth overall pick in 2012, Ross played with them for over four seasons. In 2017, he was traded to Orlando as part of the deal that brought Serge Ibaka to Toronto.

Ross then spent nearly seven seasons with the Magic before being bought out and waived in February. Finally, he signed with the Suns to conclude the 2022/23 season.