Agent Mark Bartelstein said Monday "a number of things" are being examined for former Jazz guard Earl Watson but "nothing [has been] decided as of yet" concerning his options for playing overseas during the NBA lockout.
Watson reportedly turned down recent offers from teams based in China and Israel.
The veteran guard will be an unrestricted free agent when the lockout ends.
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