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Report: Simmons to become Restricted Free Agent with Spurs

In what isn’t being seeing as a surprising move, the San Antonio Spurs will reportedly tender a $1.6 million qualifying offer to shooting guard Jonathon Simmons, which will make him a restricted free agent on July 1. Being a restricted free agent means if Simmons signs an offer sheet with another team after the moratorium period (July 6), the Spurs would have just 48 hours to either...
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11 hours ago

Report: Spurs are open to trading Danny Green

According to Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express News Wednesday afternoon, league sources have informed him that the San Antonio Spurs are open to trading guard Danny Green. Young reports there isn’t a close deal on the table at the moment, but moving Green could allow the Spurs even more flexibility in free agency on July 1. First, if the Spurs did move Green and didn’t...
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18 hours ago

Prospect Watch: Derrick White of Colorado

There is only one day left until the NBA Draft and that means we have one final prospect to look at before the big selection. This week’s draft prospect is Colorado point guard Derrick White. He’s one of the more intriguing prospects as he only played one year of Division-I ball, but he was not a freshman and he had played previously at D-II Colorado at Colorado Springs. Here...
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1 day ago

Report: Pau Gasol to decline player option, will re-sign with Spurs

According to the Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski, San Antonio Spurs center Pau Gasol will decline his $16.1 million player option for the 2017-2018 season, and instead sign a long term deal with San Antonio on a smaller annual salary. In the video below, the Spurs’ new cap situation is broken down in detail with the Gasol news and it shows how the Spurs can open up close to $27...
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2 days ago

Report: Messina to sign 2-year contract extension with Spurs

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina is expected to sign a two-year contract extension to remain coaching alongside Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich, per Sportando.com. Since arriving in the summer of 2014, Messina has been assistant coach for the Spurs and he’s seen the team go 183-63 over those last three seasons, including an appearance in the Western Conference Finals...
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3 days ago

Milutinov & Dangubic to workout in San Antonio; Draft Prospects Update

Saturday, EuroHoops.net reported the San Antonio Spurs intend to bring draftees Nikola Milutinov (26th pick in 2015 draft) and Nemanja Dangubic (54th pick in 2014 draft) stateside to work out this summer in San Antonio. In the EuroHooops report, they stated that it’s unlikely Dangubic joins the team this coming season, because he’s still under contract until the end of the 2018...
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3 days ago

Seeking Chris Paul: Clippers, Spurs, Rockets, Nuggets

Wednesday, an article was published by the L.A. Times regarding who free agent Chris Paul could possibly speak with during free agency. It’s already been reported previously that the Los Angeles Clippers want to retain Paul and that the San Antonio Spurs are one suitor for him. In the Times article, it was revealed the Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets might also join the Paul...
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6 days ago

Prospect Watch: Wesley Iwundu of Kansas State

The NBA Draft is approaching next week so we have come to our penultimate prospect to watch heading into June 22. This week it’s Kansas State’s Wesley Iwundu, who has been gaining some steam with his workouts and has been the subject of some NBA Draft Twitter talk as people like him as a second round pick. Here are some of his measurables: 6’7”, 205 pounds 7’1” wingspan...
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8 days ago

Hanlan to join Spurs’ Summer League team? Printezis to stay with Olympiacos?

It’s been a quiet offseason thus far for the San Antonio Spurs, but news about the team and its players should start to pick up steam next week when the NBA Draft will take place and then the following week, a few players have the ability to decline or exercise their player options. Looking ahead to the NBA Summer League in early July, where the Spurs will participate in the both...
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8 days ago

San Antonio Spurs’ secondary logo leaks, and it looks very different (PHOTOS)

The San Antonio Spurs may not have initially meant for the public to see their new logo this soon, but after filing for a trademark, it’s now been leaked for everyone to see. Graphic designer Conrad Burry recently did some good detective work and discovered that the team filed to trademark the following mark, which we believe will be their new secondary logo going forward: Since...
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9 days ago

Hanga’s got a clear role in San Antonio

The reports of Adam Hanga finally making the jump to San Antonio this summer to join the Spurs somewhat came out of nowhere. At the start of the year and through most of the season, everyone expected this to be his last with Baskonia in Spain but not a whole lot was actually said about his impending move here in Europe. Even when he, rather surprisingly, was named Euroleague defensive...
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13 days ago

Spurs Prospect Watch: Tony Bradley

With the draft in only a few short weeks, we have precious little time to go over some of the last remaining prospects the San Antonio Spurs could be going after. An intriguing player that could be available at the 29th pick is national champ Tony Bradley out of North Carolina. He could be a nice buddy for Danny Green to talk Tar Heel things with, but more importantly he could provide...
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14 days ago

Free Agent Market Value Revealed for Mills? Gasol Likely to Exercise Player Option?

With the upcoming NBA draft getting closer, the San Antonio Spurs are currently in the process of working out potential draftees. As for their some of the Spurs’ select players from last season who might become free agents this summer, the news has been relatively quiet. There were two different sources of information that were published at a prior date that did provide hints as...
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16 days ago

BallinEurope: Milutinov’s playoff performance could lead to earlier trip stateside

Editor’s note: With Dewayne Dedmon opting out, we asked our friend Emmet Ryan from BallinEurope.com to give us the latest on San Antonio Spurs stash Nikola Milutinov, especially since the Spurs may be looking for a backup center in free agency. The good folks here at Project Spurs are interested over the increased possibility that Nikola Milutinov will head west to San Antonio...
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21 days ago

Prospect Watch: P.J. Dozier of South Carolina

The San Antonio Spurs are in full scout and draft mode heading into the last few weeks before the June NBA Draft. They have picks 29 and 59 this year and while the draft isn’t particularly deep as far as top notch talent goes, there are some steals to be had with their picks. One of those steals could be South Carolina’s P.J. Dozier. Here are his measurables: 6’7”, 205 pounds...
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22 days ago

Spurs News Nuggets: Dedmon declines player option, door open for Milutinov?

Tuesday, Shams Charania of the Vertical reported San Antonio Spurs center Dewayne Dedmon will decline his player option for $3,028,410 next season and he’s elected to become an unrestricted free agent July 1. With Dedmon opting out, he will now have a cap hold of $3,936,582 on the Spurs’ books until that cap hold is renounced (per BasketballInsiders.com). Since Dedmon only played...
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22 days ago

Parker Aims for January 2018 Return to Court

On May 5, 2017, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker had successful surgery on his ruptured left quadriceps tendon during the Spurs’ second round series with the Houston Rockets. Though the Spurs never put a timeline on Parker’s return, according to Parker via Eurohoops.net, he’s aiming for a January 2018 return to the court. “I will play my best basketball when I return...
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23 days ago

Spurs 2017 Offseason Q & A

The San Antonio Spurs’ 2017 NBA season concluded Monday evening when they were swept in four games by the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. For the Spurs, the Kawhi Leonard ankle injury in Game 1 of the series will have them pondering the ‘what if’ question going forward, but, the next season will be approaching soon, so the team needs to refocus for the...
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27 days ago

Prospect Watch: Kobi Simmons of Arizona

The San Antonio Spurs are looking ahead to the NBA Draft with their 29th and 59th overall picks now that they’ve made their deep playoff run and can focus on the draft. There’s only about a month until the draft and that means some serious scouting must be done. That’s presumably why you all are here. This week’s prospect is Arizona’s Kobi Simmons. Here are some of his...
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28 days ago

Vidcast: Wrapping up Spurs-Warriors Series & Looking at SA’s Upcoming Offseason

Monday evening the Golden State Warriors swept the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, in what might have been Spurs guard Manu Ginobili’s final NBA game. While the upcoming weeks will eventually bring Ginobili to a decision on his future, for the Spurs, their offseason begins with the draft on June 22. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, the Spurs’ Game 4 loss...
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29 days ago

Spurs season ends with Game 4 loss to Warriors

Highlights: Manu Ginobili fought to the end, just like everyone knew he would. No one expected less. In the end, the Golden State Warriors at full strength were no match for a San Antonio Spurs team missing three key players. Ginobili scored 15 points in what could be his final NBA game as the Spurs fell 129-115 to the Warriors in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals series...
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May 23, 2017

Paul Garcia discusses Spurs-Warriors Game 4 on Sports Talk Florida

Project Spurs editor Paul Garcia was a guest on Sports Talk Florida this afternoon to talk about tonight’s Game 4 matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors. Brady Ackerman and Jerry O’Neill ask Paul about what might have been if Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard had not re-injured his ankle in Game 1, his thoughts on the criticism of LaMarcus Aldridge and his...
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May 22, 2017

Game 3 Vidcast: Warriors 120, Spurs 108

The San Antonio Spurs are on the edge of elimination after suffering a 120-108 loss to the Golden State Warriors Saturday evening in the Western Conference Finals. Not only were the Spurs without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, but they lost David Lee too, as he suffered a left knee injury in Game 3. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, Lee’s injury is discussed as well as what...
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May 21, 2017

Spurs on the brink of elimination after Game 3 loss

Highlights: The San Antonio Spurs knew they needed to play harder as the series shifted to San Antonio. Unfortunately, missing two key players was too much to overcome for the Silver and Black against a dominate Golden State squad. Manu Ginobili scored 21 points, but it was not enough as the Spurs fell 120-108 to the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference Finals...
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May 21, 2017

Paul Garcia discusses Western Conference Finals on ‘On The NBA Beat’

Project Spurs editor Paul Garcia was recently a guest on the NBA podcast, “On The NBA Beat,” and talked about the Western Conference Finals and the impact of Kawhi Leonard’s injury. Here are a few quotes from his interview with Loren Lee Chen and Aaron Fischman: Paul Garcia: 8:45-9:28: “If there’s one lineup I think that can work, it’s [Dewayne] Dedmon at the 5. The...
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May 20, 2017
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