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Former Unicaja guard Carlos Cabezas has announced his retirement from professional basketball on Tuesday.
Cabezas, a 2006 Spanish Liga Endesa champion with Unicaja, will play his last game with the team, a friendly game against Real Madrid in preparation for the upcoming season.
Cabezas, 40, has been part of the Spanish NT selection between 1998 and 2009, winning gold at the 2006 FIBA World Cup, gold at the 2009 EuroBasket and silver at the 2007 EuroBasket.
The Spanish guard began his professional career with Unicaja in 1998 and across his 23 active seasons, he has also played for Khimki, Zaragoza, Baskonia, Fuenlabrada, Murcia, Real Betis and Hungarian side Alba Fehervar. He spent the previous two seasons with Nacional in Uruguay.
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