Found June 26, 2012 on Project Spurs:

As we reported last week, San Antonio Spurs draftee Adam Hanga was going to be coming to San Antonio to workout for two weeks with the Spurs. Well, Hanga himself has confirmed the report by providing pictures of himself in San Antonio (via his Twitter and Facebook account) since last week.

As those of us know who live in San Antonio, it's not your typical bus-to-bus, train-to-train city. You need a vehicle to get from point A to point B when downtown can be almost 15-20 miles from Sea World of Texas. Here's Hanga and his ride while in San Antonio.
Car Next is Hanga going through a workout with the Spurs in the Spurs' practice facility.
First As we also reported last week, Latvian forward Davis Bertans, whom the Spurs own his draft rights, was also coming to San Antonio for an evaluation of the progress he's made overseas. Here's a picture Hanga provided of him and Bertans having a meal together.

DBUp next on our gallery is another photo of Hanga working on what's presumed are some shooting drills in the practice facility.
shootingIn this next photo, Hanga explained on Facebook that Great Britain and Russia were scrimmaging at the practice facility. I'm not sure if it was their national teams though.
GBAnd last but not least, it's Adam Hanga and RYAN RICHARDS?
KAJust kidding, though this player looks like the Spurs' draftee Richards, it's actually a British player named Kieron Achara (H/T @Ace3G).

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