Found February 06, 2012 on
On this episode of the Spurscast, Jeff and I talk about the latest San Antonio Spurs news, with a focus on the Spurs losing out on both Kenyon Martin and Chris Kaman.
The Spurs could use another big body in the post, and with Martin heading to the Clippers and the Hornets changing their mind about Kaman, the Spurs have limited free agent options, but could still try to make a move before the trade deadline.
Once you hear our thoughts on the topic, be sure to sound off in the comments section with your thoughts.
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Kenyon Martin will join the Los Angeles Clippers on either Sunday or Monday but is not expected to suit up until later in the week.
Martin signed a one-year contract with the Clippers after finishing his season with the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association.
The 34-year-old Martin will provide another piece of the puzzle for the retooled Clippers...
When was the last time FIBA had anything to do with NBA matters? Practically never.
The NBA does everything it wants with no input from FIBA publicly until now, apparently.
FIBA, the International Basketball Federation has determined that Kenyon Martin is a free agent, owing nothing to any team from China. He does not have any contract obligations at all.
The International Federation...
The Hornets are still listening to offers for Chris Kaman, but the team has decided that Kaman being with the team is better move. From the Times-Picayune: “The Hornets are taking center Chris Kaman off the trade market for now and will permit him to return to the team, league sources confirmed Friday afternoon. Kaman will not be with the team for tonight’s game at Detroit...
Our good friend- and host on Mad Dog Radio on Sirius-XM- Dino Costa, talked about the Mets pulling the credential of The Journal News’ Howard Megdal during his show last night.
Nothing fires Dino up more than this type of situation, which he’s experienced during his time covering sports. The best part of the rant is when Dino tells the story of when he was verbally assaulted...
The New Orleans Hornets have announced that Chris Kaman will rejoin the team immediately.
The Los Angeles Clippers’ newest addition, Kenyon Martin, says he wants to provide young Blake Griffin and frontcourt teammate DeAndrew Jordan with some much-needed guidance. (Whatever you say, K-Mart.) From the LA Times: “The smile on Kenyon Martin’s face said a lot. Martin had just joined the Clippers for practice Sunday in Orlando — he didn’t take part in the session...
Time for a much needed update on all that has gone on with the New Orleans Hornets this past week. First of all after the Hornets had deactivated center Cris Kaman to seek out a trade partner, they were unable to reach a deal with any team and reactivated him for all team activities. Seems they could use him back as Carl Landry suffered an MCL sprain and is expected to miss the...
They’ve already picked up Kenyon Martin, and now the Clippers reportedly have their sights on a different free agent who’s spent the past few months in China. Yep, JR Smith may soon become the newest resident Lob City, reports the LA Times: “The Clippers, still not done dealing after signing Kenyon Martin on Friday, will pursue guard J.R. Smith after the team he plays on in...