Former Nuggets forward Kenyon Martin is getting some attention from several NBA teams, including the San Antonio Spurs, now that his former Chinese team, Xinjiang, is out of the playoffs.Martin left the team in December, but the Chinese Basketball Association prohibits players from signing with an NBA team until the season is over, which according to ABCLocal.com, makes Martin a free agent on February 16.
The Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers,Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks are pursuing free-agent forward Kenyon Martin, according to league sources.Martin has spoken with executives from each of the clubs and is hoping to make his decision next week.
Martin's priority is to join a contender on which he'll have a sizeable role, according to a person close to Martin. The Clippers and the Knicks can offer the $2.5 million mini-midlevel exception. San Antonio can as well, but it is unlikely to do so because of the luxury tax, sources said.
Martin had a slip ...