Jeremy Tyler: The high school junior who decided to go play basketball in Israel in hopes of preparing himself for the pros, walked out on his team and is back in the United States. His options now? “Tyler will likely pursue another European contract at a June camp in Italy. (Tyler is ineligible for the NBA Draft until 2011, and ineligible for the NBA’s Development League until his high school class graduates.)” A 2011 draft board has Tyler (6-foot-11) going to the Lakers 29th. [Union Trib]
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