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San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green definitely can play and compete in the NBA. He has all the necessary skills needed to succeed and continued to hone his skills while he was playing with Slovenian team Union Olimpija for the duration of the NBA lockout.
And now as he returned to the U.S. for training camp, did you know he also can cut a rug? That's right, Green knows how to move it on the dance floor especially for the ladies.
In an interview with GQ Italy, Green talks about his passion for dancing and how growing up in New York, dancing was key.
From his dream of playing in the NBA to European basketball fans, check out this video with Green including Danny giving a quick dance lesson.
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Richard Jefferson isn't sure whether the San Antonio Spurs will keep him or not.
Jefferson reported for training camp Friday amid speculation that the Spurs will trade or waive him under the league's amnesty provision. The veteran swingman has spent two underachieving seasons in San Antonio and is due $9.2 million this year.
Jefferson spoke as though his days might be numbered...
Today kicks off the San Antonio Spurs 2011 training camp after a the long lockout is over. And camp is sure to have some familiar faces and new ones.Speaking of new faces, Doug Thomas of the D-League's Reno Bighorns will be taking his shot at making the Spurs roster.Thomas, who played college ball at Iowa, is 6-9, 245 lbs., forward, who averaged 2.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, shot...
On this episode of the Spurscast, I am joined by Project Spurs' Trevor Zickgraf as we breakdown the news heard around the world -- the San Antonio Spurs will be using their amnesty clause and to let go of Richard Jefferson.We discuss the ramifications of the news on the team and what does this mean as far as the Spurs' search for a small forward.Speaking of small forwards...
Waiving Richard Jefferson would move the Spurs below the luxury tax line.
San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter is one of the NBA players returning to America from playing basketball overseas. Splitter had to make it all the way to San Antonio from Spain, and it looks like his travel day was full of the problems we’ve come to expect and hate from the airline industry. In this case, American Airlines. He tweeted some of his misadventures along the way...
The San Antonio Spurs training camp is underway as the team gears up for another run at title number five.But who is on the training camp roster you may ask? Well I am glad you did.Perhaps the biggest surprise is that Richard Jefferson is listed even though there were reports a few days ago of the Spurs using their amnesty clause on him. Seems he is sticking around. It could be...
On Wednesday, the San Antonio Spurs were once again entrenched in multiple reports with confirmed visits from free agents Caron Butler and Josh Howard, to amnestying one of their own in forward Richard Jefferson. By the time the evening came to an end, the Spurs had secured their first free agent target of the period, that is former Pacers guard T.J. Ford.
Here's the latest...
TJ Ford will be taking his talents to San Antonio, where he’ll back up Tony Parker. From the Express-News: “After agreeing to sign a contract with the Spurs that will make him Tony Parker’s primary backup at the point guard position, former University of Texas star T.J. Ford said he was anxious to open training camp with the Spurs on Friday. ‘I can’t wait to get there...
Now that free agent Caron Butler is Clippers bound, the San Antonio Spurs will be looking at other small forward free agents to replace Richard Jefferson who will not be in black and silver much longer.
And could that free agent be Grant Hill?
According to ESPN, the Spurs and Suns are the top two destinations for Hill and the Spurs are reportedly willing to offer Hill a second...
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SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs today announced the addition of four players to their 2011-12 training camp roster.
The Spurs current roster stands at 17 players, and includes the additions of guard Devin Gibson, forwards Frank Hassell and Doug Thomas, and center Luke Zeller.
The Spurs are currently holding their training camp in San Antonio at the team’s practice facility.
The San Antonio Spurs have signed forward Kawhi Leonard, a first-round pick in the 2011 draft.
The Spurs have agreed to terms with free agent T.J. Ford, according to a newspaper report.