According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com, Spurs free agent center Aron Baynes has reached a verbal agreement on a three year deal with the Detroit Pistons. ESPN sources say Pistons have struck verbal agreement w/Aron Baynes to sign C away from Spurs on three-year deal (player option after YR 2) — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine)
Aron Baynes and the Detroit Pistons have agreed upon a multi-year contract worth as much as $20 million over three years. Baynes has been with the San Antonio Spurs since 2013.
San Antonio Spurs center Aron Baynes finds himself in a similar situation this offseason. For the second consecutive decision, Baynes is a free agent and his future in San Antonio is up in the air. With the Hail Mary the Spurs are trying to pull off in wooing one of their preferred free agent bigs […]
Aron Baynes is a solid fourth NBA big man. Nothing more, nothing less. Re-signing him barely cracks San Antonio's summer to-do list, but if they do in fact let him go, a replacement is necessary. Here's what a couple writers over on SB Nation's Spurs blog Pounding the Rock had to say about that very scenario:"Well, he won't be cheaper, but a guy who I like is Brandan Wright. I think...
Aron Baynes is a decent rebounder, smart defender and can finish around the basket. He's also one of the many San Antonio Spurs likely headed for free agency this summer.Speaking to Fairfax Media, Baynes reflected on several things, including his future with the only NBA team he's ever played for:"I’m not going to speculate on what might happen. I’m going to take some time off...
Aron Baynes is going to have nightmares about Blake Griffin for the next two weeks. The Los Angeles Clippers forward absolutely destroyed Baynes with three monster, tone-setting dunks during Game 1 of the Western Conference playoff series between the Clippers and Spurs at Staples Center Sunday. Griffin beat Baynes one-on-one for his first huge dunk...Read More
Ed Note: The following appears courtesy our friends at Bloguin’s NBA site, Crossover Chronicles. Time to nerd it up here on Crossover. During last night’s Spurs-Heat tussle, big man Aron Baynes blocked a Dwayne Wade shot with authority leading to TNT’s TV announcer Kevin Harlan doing his best “Bane” impression. You know Bane! The DC character made famous by actor Tom Hardy...
It looks like all 14 members of the San Antonio Spurs’ 2014 NBA Championship team will return this coming season to try and repeat, as Buck Harvey of the San Antonio Express News reported Wednesday evening restricted free agent Aron Baynes will indeed re-sign with the Spurs. For those keeping score, Aron Baynes in SA […]
With training camp inching closer, there’s still been no word on whether the San Antonio Spurs will re-sign free agent Aron Baynes. With one more roster spot left, the Spurs could offer it to Aron or simply head into the season with an open spot. Now a report from Yahoo! Sports indicated the possibility of San […]
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