Just over a week after Delonte West signed on to play for the Texas Legends, the troubled point guard pulled out of his contract with the D-League affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks, NBA.com reports.
The guard was looking for a chance to get back in the NBA after the Mavericks cut ties with him during training camp twice for what the team deemed "conduct detrimental to the team."
West struggled to find another team to before coming to terms with the Legends. West never suited up for the Legends and again finds his basketball career at a crossroads.
On Friday night, the Dallas Morning News reported that Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said that West had "no chance" of rejoining the Mavericks, no matter what he did for their D-League team.
NBA.com reports that the Memphis Grizzlies, who are looking for point guard help, recently inquired about West, but decided not to make him an offer.