|Judge rules Delonte West can’t sign overseas?||08.11.11 at 1:52 pm ET|
Celtics unrestricted free agent guard Delonte West tweeted moments ago, “Can’t even go get that overseas money. Judge said it’s a no go on leaving the country.” In mid-July 2010, West was sentenced to eight months of home detention as a result of the weapons charges that cost him the first 10 games of this past season.
While the home detention ended in March, West still faces two years of unsupervised probation. Based on his Twitter comments, West will not be allowed to seek a deal outside of the country during the lockout.
A couple weeks back, West’s agent Jarinn Akana told ESPN.com, “With any player, there has to be due diligence to see what’s happening [overseas]. That’s basically where [West is] at. But he’d like to be back in Boston. He had a great time there, he loves his teammates and he loves the organization.”
West also tweeted on Thursday, “It’s official. Pride 2 the side. Just filled out a application at Home Depot. Lockout aint a game.” That part doesn’t make as much sense, considering he’s banked $14 million in his NBA career and has his “Lockout” mixtape to fall back on. Then again, you can never really rule anything out with Delonte.
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