Found June 08, 2012 on Project Spurs:
The San Antonio Spurs' season wasn't even finished for 24 hours and already there are rumors left and right about what could be a busy offseason.  First came reports that the Spurs have taken interest in former Syracuse guard Antonio "Scoop" Jardine (great name).  Now comes something juicier.  According to a tweet from Yahoo!'s Marc Spears, the Spurs are taking a look at former UConn Center Andre Drummond. "When asked what teams off the Top 5 radar want to meet with him, former UConn center Andre Drummond said the Celtics and Spurs." This isn't the first time the Spurs have done something like this.  Two years ago, they interviewed Derrick Favors.  Ultimately nothing materialized.  Teams talk with all sorts of different players all the time.  It's part of the process.  In case you're unfamiliar with Drummond, he's a 6'11" physical freak who was briefly in the discussion for the first pick in the draft this season, but an und...
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