In a bit of odd news, it appears Aron Baynes will be starting his professional basketball career overseas with BC Lietuvos Rytas in Lithuania. It appears to be a two-year contract.
I say "appears" because there's more here, but I can't find a Lithuanian/English translator. If anyone else can, post a translated link for us in the comments.
Anyway, a little surprising Baynes didn't want to see if he could catch on somewhere in the NBA this summer and fall, but good on the big fella for continuing his career. He's joining a good team that has qualified for the first division Euroleague in the upcoming season.
EDIT, 9:19 a.m.: OK, I found a crappy translator. It appears he's agreed to the contract only if he's not offered a guaranteed contract by the NBA after the summer. He says he's looking at it as an opportunity to continue to develop for his ultimate goal, which is the NBA. By the way, bad translators are hilarious.