A former NBA player and Florida State University product who last played in the league in 2012 has recently expressed his desire for a comeback.

Von Wafer has not given up on his NBA dream just yet.

The second round draftee by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2005 has played a total of seven seasons. He bounced around the league in a journeyman career that has seen him appear for seven different franchises. Aside from the team that drafted him, he has seen action on the court for the Clippers, Nuggets, Blazers, Rockets, Celtics, and Magic. Wafer has also played in Greece, Italy, China, Russia, and most recently Puerto Rico.

On Tuesday night, he went to Twitter and posted a series of tweets asking for an opportunity to play for an NBA team. The 31-year-old guard was also vocal that he doesn’t feel ashamed to use social media to beg for a chance to play again in the league.

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He also gave himself a deadline on until when he’ll wait to get a call from a team before he heads out to different NBA facilities and find out what he needs to get another chance:

In the 200 games he played in the NBA, Wafer has had career averages of 5.3 points, 1.2 rebounds, and 0.7 assists in 12.4 minutes per game.

Only time can tell if he’ll ever get attention from teams with roster spots still open at this time.

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