NBA unrestricted free agent, Ramon Sessions returned to the Grand Strand over the weekend to host his 3rd Annual Golf tournament.
All proceeds from the event benefited the Myrtle Beach High School Athletics department, in remembrance of Sessions' former head coach, Buddy Rogers.
The former Myrtle Beach Seahawk averaged 12.3 points and 4.1 assists per game last season for the Charlotte Bobcats and the Milwaukee Bucks.
The 28-year old Sessions has only been to the playoffs once in his 7 year NBA career, when he played for the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2011-2012 season.
Sessions says he is exploring all of his possibilities during this free agency as he looks to sign a deal with one of the 32 NBA teams in need of a point guard.
"You wanna win, but the NBA is a business. You take the opportunity that is there and we're looking at all options. I like being on the rebuilding teams also. It's one of those things where those guys respect me and I can come in and show my leadership, because I've been around a little bit," Sessions said.
Sources close to the former University of Nevada star say he's had discussions with a few NBA teams, including the Houston Rockets.
The Myrtle Beach native is a 2-time WPDE Mr. Hoop Zone award recipient, winning the award in 2003 and 2004.