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Nando De Colo
San Antonio Spurs
Golden State Warriors
Oklahoma City Thunder
Tuesday was an incredibly busy day for the San Antonio Spurs (and Project Spurs' Paul Garcia who was keeping up with all the news) as they reportedly reached agreements with Tim Duncan, Patty Mills, Boris Diaw, Nando De Colo and Danny Green in a 24 hour time span. The only Spurs free agent left without a contract is James Anderson, who the Spurs aren't likely to bring back especially with De Colo in the mix. Still, 2012-2013 will look a lot like 2011-2012. That means next year's team will look a lot like the team that won 20 games in a row, but it also means they'll look a lot like the team the lost four in a row to the Western Conference Champion Oklahoma City Thunder.
The loss to the Thunder last month left a sour taste in a lot of fan's mouths (present company included). All a lot of us could think about was how the Spurs role players (and at times their MVP candidate point guard) didn't show up when they needed to most. We looked at how dreadful the...
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The San Antonio Spurs have re-signed Tim Duncan, bringing back the veteran forward for at least a 16th season.
Terms were not disclosed in Wednesday's announcement, though Yahoo Sports cited anonymous sources in reporting it was a three-year, $36 million deal. Duncan is 36.
The 6-foot-11 Duncan was selected by San Antonio with the first pick in the 1997 draft. In 15 seasons...
It was quite the day for the San Antonio Spurs yesterday as the team made a number of roster moves which, for the most part, allowed them to remain the same.
With teams adding new players as each day passes during this free agency period, San Antonio decided to take care of their own free agents and foreign asset namely re-signing Danny Green, Patty Mills, Boris Diaw, and the no...
According to KABB Fox San Antonio, Happy Walters, agent of San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair, has told the station in an exclusive interview that this coming 12-13' season will likely be Blair's last with the Spurs."Next year, it's his choice on what he wants to do, and chances are he wouldn't be in San Antonio, obviously", said Happy Walters, DeJuan...
<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="Tim Duncan made good with his promise that he will be a "Spur for life." The two-time MVP has reportedly signed a three-year extension worth an estimated $36 million. Duncan, 36, averaged 15.4 points and 9 rebounds last...
With French guard Nando De Colo preparing to join the San Antonio Spurs for the next two seasons, I was interested in finding out exactly what De Colo would be bringing to the Spurs.
Since I live in the United States and cover the Spurs in San Antonio, I rarely get to see De Colo in action since he’s been playing in Spain over the last few years.
I wanted to know more about...
After being drafted in the 2009 NBA Draft, the San Antonio Spurs will finally bring over French guard Nando De Colo after he recently signed a 2-year deal.
De Colo honed his basketball skills with Spanish team Valencia, where he dazzled the crowds for three years and would eventually win the 2010 Eurocup title.
And now that he will be making the leap to the NBA next season, his...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs have re-signed Tim Duncan, bringing back the veteran forward for at least a 16th season.
Terms were not disclosed in Wednesday's announcement, though Yahoo Sports cited anonymous sources in reporting it was a three-year, 36 million deal. Duncan is 36.
The 6-foot-11 Duncan was selected by San Antonio with the first pick in the 1997 draft...
Earlier this morning, we posted a report that said the San Antonio Spurs were confident they would be able to re-sign Tim Duncan, Boris Diaw, and Patty Mills.Well it looks like that report had some accuracy as Diaw has decided to re-sign a two-year, 9.2 million dollar contract with the Spurs according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports! As written in our first report, the only...
It's official, the San Antonio Spurs have announced the franchise has re-signed forward Tim Duncan, though per club policy, no details of the contract were announced. Reports yesterday had Duncan signing for a three-year deal that is fully guaranteed and has a player option in the final year.Here's a statement from Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich per the Spurs' press...
Restricted free agent guard Danny Green has agreed to three-year, $12 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs, SI.com reported Monday. Green played in 66 games for the Spurs last season, including 38 starts. He averaged 9.1 points and 3.4 rebounds while shooting 43.6 percent on 3-pointers. The signing can't be made official until Wednesday.
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Tim Duncan has agreed to re-sign with the San Antonio Spurs for three more years.
Via San Antonio Express:
A framework of an agreement is in place that will keep Tim Duncan on the Spurs for three more seasons, according to a league source familiar with the dealings between the two-time Most Valuable Player and the club.
Details of the 36-year...
The San Antonio Spurs head to Las Vegas in a day or so for the 2012 Vegas Summer League and they're taking some of the best young talent in their system with them. According to their official release, the team will feature Kawhi Leonard, James Anderson, Cory Joseph and 2010 second round pick Ryan Richards. Assistant Jacque Vaughn will coach the team.
Richards is obviously...
While the San Antonio Spurs were largely expected to be a likely landing spot for free agent center Chris Kaman, especially after Indiana re-signed Roy Hibbert, Kaman has decided to stay in the Southwest Division, but instead he'll be a few hundred miles north of San Antonio playing for the Dallas Mavericks.Kaman is another player in a line of veteran big men who were linked...
Heading into the 2012 Olympic Games, the consensus going into the basketball tournament is the battle for the gold medal will come down to two teams -- Team U.S.A. and Spain.
But can really anyone blame the majority to have these two teams the leaders of the pack?
The U.S. will have a roster full of N.B.A. talent such as Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James...