LAS VEGAS The Spurs are supposed to be old. Start with Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. You can almost hear their knees crackle from the cheap seats.
But while the years are piling up fast for the above-mentioned duo, not to mention Tony Parker, who's got to have more mileage on his motor than any 31-year-old point guard around, youth is being served in San Antonio.
Get past the Three Amigos, and the team is teaming with dynamic and athletic 20somethings. The Spurs had three big club regulars point guard Corey Joseph, guard Nando De Colo and center Aron Baynes on their NBA Summer League roster, a rarity for a title-contending squad.
Kawhi Leonard would have been a Summer League candidate if not for an invite to Team USA's camp. (The 22-year-old small forward had to miss the camp to rehab his left knee.) Shooting guard Danny Green is only 26. Recently re-signed center Tiago Splitter checks in at 28.
The two free agent signings were guard Marco Belinelli, 27, and forward Jeff Pend...