Which NBA players have had multiple teams retire their jerseys?

Which NBA players have had multiple teams retire their jerseys?

Respect is shown in the NBA by retiring a player’s jersey by hoisting it to the rafters and keeping it out of the hands of future owners. It’s a way for a professional team to honor the athlete for his contributions made while they were there.

Only three teams—the Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies, and Toronto Raptors—will have all of their jerseys retired in their rafters before the 2021–2022 season begins. Having said that, the Grizzlies have revealed that Tony Allen’s No. 9 and Zach Randolph’s No. 50 will be retired this season, marking the first-ever jersey retirements.

As Kyle Lowry retires from professional basketball, the Raptors’ top management has made it clear that they will retire his number seven.
Numerous players have had their jerseys retired in the run-up to the NBA’s 75th anniversary season. Only thirteen, though, have had multiple teams retire their jerseys.

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