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Knicks prospect Orlando Sanchez has left the D-League Westchester squad, according to a league source. Sanchez, who was at the Knicks training camp and played at St. John’s, is mulling an offer to play in Puerto Rico for the same squad Jackson once coached in the 1980s. New York Post

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A sampling of how the Mavs plan to spend their All-Star breaks: J.J. Barea: “Puerto Ricoooooooooo!!! I got my son’s birthday in Puerto Rico. The beach and the pool. It should be a good weekend. My high school also has a big tournament that they named after me.” Chandler Parsons: “New York until Saturday and then I’m going to Mexico. Sun and the beach. Cabo.” Monta Ellis: “I’m going to be here in Dallas. Man, you know, you’ve been doing these 10 years, they don’t need me spending no money right now. I’ll keep that lil’ ol’ money and sit at the house. I’ll travel in the summertime. “ ESPN.com

February 10, 2015 Updates

Orlando Sanchez penned a deal in Puerto Rico with Cangrejeros de Santurce. Sanchez was at the training camp with the Knicks. Sanchez was playing in D-League with Westchester Knicks averaging 9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Sportando

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Former NBA small forward Terrence Williams, after a short-lived stint that included just one practice, has been released from Israeli side Maccabi Ashdod, sources told Basketball Insiders. According to sources, Williams, the No. 11 overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft, is in discussions for a new deal with clubs from Puerto Rico and the Philippines. In mid-January, Williams signed a no-cut four-month offer sheet worth $68,000 in Ashdod and was immediately dubbed one of the most talented players in the Middle East. The problem was, the coach that initially lured Williams overseas had gotten fired. Basketball Insiders

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