According to the Israeli sports site "Sport5", Maccabi "Elektra" Tel-Aviv are in talks with Orlando Magic PG Carlos Arroyo. http://www.sport5.co.il/articles.aspx?fold...466&lang=HE [HEBREW] Rought Translation (1st Paragraph): Maccabi TA have begun talks with Carlos Arroyo, who played for the Orlando Magic last season. Arroyo, the Puerto Rican NT's starting point guard, whose contract with the Magic has expired, has received numerous, rather cheap contract offers from NBA teams, and thus has considered moving to Europe. Yesterday, a major front office member at Maccabi told Sport5 that Jason Williams, former Miami Heat point guard, won't be joining the team. http://www.one.co.il/Article/120858.html [HEBREW] Rough Translation: Carlos Arroyo and Jason Williams won't be joining Maccabi Tel Aviv, according to a major source at the team. "They're too pricey", he says. ONE learned that Williams' price tag is around 3 million dollars. "In my opinion, they won't play for Maccabi", added the source. "We're constantly searching [for a new point guard], today more players will be available, after the NBA player registration deadline will pass and I believe we will find a good and fitting point guard." Nobody at Maccabi believed that finding a new point guard would be such a complicated task. Assistant coach Roi Hagai was sent to the Las Vegas Summer League and watched many players, but head coach Efi Birenboim was set on waiting for Will Solomon, as was originaly reported by ONE, who eventually signed with the Toronto Raptors. The list of candidates for the starting point guard spot is getting shorter from day to day, as both Dan Dickau and Andre Barrett get closer to Bologna (Virtus and it's city rival, respectively). Bobby Brown, who was considered a decent option, is no longer available. Despite this, Maccabi are trying to signal bussiness as usual. "We're not pressured", said team chairman Shimon Mizrachi.