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Star center for Mexico's national-team Gustavo Ayon (Agency: Duran International) signed with Spanish powerhouse and European finalist Real Madrid. According to sources with knowledge of the pact between the former NBA big man and the Spanish club, Ayon penned a three-year offer sheet worth 5.2 million Euros total. Madrid, sources say, can opt-out between years two-and-three; for a buyout fee, Ayon holds an escape clause to the NBA each summer. Eurobasket.com

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Estudiantes announced the signing of James Nunnally. The player spent last season with Texas Legends and Bakersfield Jam of D-League. Nunnally has also played in the NBA with 76ers and Hawks averaging 3.4 points per game in 13 contests. Sportando

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Juan Antonio Orenga stepped down as Spain National Team head coach. Orenga coached Spain at Eurobasket 2013 and at FIBA Basketball World Cup losing at home in Madrid in the quarterfinals against France. Sportando

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Zoran Dragic: "I'm still a member of Unicaja Malaga and tomorrow I'm going to Spain to get ready for the season. Of course, I'm interested in playing in the NBA, but there's no agreement yet. (...) Everything is possible, but as I said, I am going to Malaga tomorrow." Kosarka.si

September 12, 2014 Updates

The Suns could become even more of a family business. Having already teamed Markieff and Marcus Morris, the Suns are among six teams giving consideration to signing Zoran Dragic for the coming season. The Suns have expressed interest in Goran Dragic's younger brother, along with Cleveland, Dallas, Indiana, Sacramento and San Antonio. Zoran Dragic, 25, is supposed to report this weekend for his new contract extension with Spanish club Unicaja Malaga but he does have an NBA escape clause to leave this year. It includes a $1.1 million buyout, of which an NBA team could contribute a maximum of $600,000. Arizona Republic

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