Back in 2012, the Los Angeles Lakers traded for then Cleveland Cavaliers’ point guard Ramon Sessions in order to turn their season around.
After fighting to win a seven-game series, the Lakers were eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games in the second round.
The Lakers let Sessions walk in free agency in order to acquire Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns.
Sessions, who is from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, decided to sign with the Charlotte Bobcats to get closer to home, agreeing to a two-year deal.
At this year’s trade deadline, the Bobcats dealt Sessions and forward Jeff Adrien to the Milwaukee Bucks for guards Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour.
According to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer, Sessions would like to return to Charlotte in the offseason when he becomes a free agent.
Ramon Sessions just told me he’d love to be a Bobcat again if they’d be interested in signing him this summer.
— Rick Bonnell (@rick_bonnell) March 16, 2014
Sessions is averaging 10.9 points, 3.7 assists and 2.3 rebounds per game this season.