Jeremy Tyler washed out in Israel, but won't come to D-League


His agents/representatives claim that Tyler who dropped out of high school to turn pro in Europe "grew a lot as the season moved on" and that last year he "had a Euroleague offer" (then maybe he should have taken that, though I think he signed with a "too good" team already where he didn't get much playing time, a la Jennings). Tyler reportedly plans to stay in Europe for the 2010-11 season rather than jump to the NBA D-League because his agent "prefer[s] the European development model over the D-League in terms of practice time, support system, nutrition, etc."

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