Los Angeles: Magic Johnson says he may have pulled the plug prematurely on his all-star NBA career after being diagnosed with the HIV virus but he has no regrets about leaving the sport when he did.
"At that time, it was the right decision," the former Los Angeles Laker player said on Monday on the 20th anniversary of his retirement. "If I knew what I knew today, that I could still play basketball and do my thing, I probably wouldn't have retired.
"But I'm a guy that doesn't have regrets. I don't look back. I'm happy, because I wanted to be here a long time. We made the right call at that time."