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Stars of '96 Draft Seeing Their Careers 86ed

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In between the Super Bowl and the NBA All-Star Game, you may have missed the following: Antoine Walker, who hasn’t appeared in an NBA game in almost two years, signed to play in Puerto Rico.

According to reports coming out of the island, Walker’s deal with the Guaynabo Mets is for one month, guaranteed, as they want to see what kind of shape he’s in. He is reportedly being paid $7,000 a week. Another former NBA player, Marcus Fizer, also joined the Mets at the same time. They started the season 4-0 according to the standings posted on Latinbasket.com.

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