In the land of his people.
From the JTA:
Jon Scheyer, who during his senior year led Duke to the 2010 NCAA Championship, signed a two-year contract with Maccabi Tel Aviv, which was the runner-up to the Euroleague champions this year and has held the Euroleague championship four times.
Because Scheyer is Jewish, he is not considered a foreign player. The team by Israeli rules is limited to no more than four foreign players.
Scheyer battled mononucleosis following graduation and performed poorly in several NBA pre-draft camps. He was not drafted last season and then sustained a serious eye injury while playing with the Miami Heat’s summer league team. He has been back on the court since last February.
“I wanted Jon already last season and I’m very happy that we managed to sign him,” Maccabi coach David Blatt told reporters. “Jon is a very talented and smart player, he is a true winner although his young age, not less importantly he is a Jew who is coming to Israel and I wish he will stay here for many more years.”