Arroyo signs three-year contract to play for Israel's Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Another established NBA free agent is heading overseas.
Veteran point guard Carlos Arroyo, whose future with the Orlando Magic appeared to vanish after limited minutes in the playoffs and the Magic's recent signing of Anthony Johnson, has accepted an offer from Israeli giants Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
The signing was officially announced on Monday.
Arroyo's agent, Leon Rose, confirmed the signing to ESPN.com on Sunday night after Maccabi Tel-Aviv coach Effi Birenboim appeared ...
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