Marcus Denmon has signed with Enel Brindisi of Italy.
Denmon was a second round pick for the San Antonio Spurs in 2012.
In his last two seasons, Denmon has played with Chalon (France) and Tofas Bursa (Turkey).
The Italian basketball club Enel Brindisi announced the signing of San Antonio Spurs 2012 second round draftee Marcus Denmon Saturday. With Denmon signing to play in Italy next season, this move likely omits any chance of Denmon being invited to the Spurs’ 2014 training camp in October, which also means there’s no chance he’ll play […]
The San Antonio Spurs’ selection of Missouri guard Marcus Denmon at the end of the second round of last year’s NBA Draft was a bit of a head scratcher, especially considering the abundance of guards the Spurs already had on the roster.
However, with a a late second round pick, the chances of landing on an NBA team, even the one that drafted you, are slim.
San Antonio Spurs 2012 NBA Draft pick Marcus Denmon is currently playing with French squad Chalon-Elan and is playing quite well. In a few friendly matches, Denmon is averaging 16.7 points leading the team in scoring.
But he is still a work in progress and the Spurs are closely watching his development on the court according to Chalon coach Beugnot Gregor via French site...
San Antonio : NBA Draft Grade C+
(59) Marcus Denmon, SG
Doesn’t it seem like the Spurs always turn their low picks into quality NBA players. Denmon has potential to be the next great Spurs success story. Had Denmon been a little taller he would have been a 1st round pick. Denmon is best known for his shooting ability. To be shocked for the next to the last pick...
The San Antonio Spurs selected Marcus Denmon with the 59th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft which may have left many Spurs fans scratching their heads.
Soon after, we found out a bit more about the guard, he was out of Missouri, played in the 2012 Summer League and that was about it seeing how he now left to France to develop his game with Chalon in the hopes of making it to the NBA....
Marcus Denmon was selected by the Spurs with the 59th overall pick of the 2012 draft.