Found September 01, 2012 on
Andray Blatche is expected to sign for the minimum with whatever team he reached an agreement with.
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Though Martell Webster’s choice to play for the Washington Wizards next season has been common knowledge for a few days, Wednesday the deal became legally sanctioned.
The former sixth overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft inked a one year deal with the Wizards worth $1.6 million. His addition puts Washington’s roster almost at capacity with 14 players.
If he remains healthy, Webster...
As the San Antonio Spurs’ 2012 training camp is now less than a month away, the team has yet to add any depth to its thin frontcourt consisting of Tim Duncan, Boris Diaw, Tiago Splitter, Matt Bonner, and DeJuan Blair.
Over the past month, the Spurs have been linked to free agent big man Andray Blatche formerly of the Washington Wizards. As of today, Blatche is still on the...
In this episode of the Spurscast, which pretty much marks six weeks since we last published a show, we reward you for your patience with a 91-minute show that strayed beyond the normal San Antonio Spurs news.
Among the things we talked about:
• My knowledge (or lack of) Star Wars.
• James Anderson invited to Hawks vet camp
• The Spurs latest invites to their...