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Examining Spurs data by positions played last season

Project Spurs illustration/Associated Press Once Bryn Forbes, Marco Belinelli, and Dante Cunningham officially sign their contracts with the San Antonio Spurs, the Spurs’ roster will hold 15 players. Using the positions data from, the Spurs’ current roster is displayed below. Since Lonnie Walker IV mostly played the shooting guard position at Summer League, I’m placing him in the wings area for now. Points Combos Wings Forwards Bigs Dejounte Murray Patty Mills Kawhi Leonard Rudy Gay LaMarcus Aldridge     Danny Green Dante Cunningham Pau Gasol     Manu Ginobili   Davis Bertans     Marco Belinelli    ...

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Dante Cunningham to reportedly sign with Spurs

Project Spurs illustration/NBA According to ESPN and Yahoo! Sports, unrestricted free agent Dante Cunningham will be signing a one year deal with the San Antonio Spurs. The Express News reported Cunningham will earn around $2.5 million which means the Spurs have either used part of the bi-annual exception ($3.3 million) or part of the $2.7 million of the mid-level exception they have remaining. Cunningham, 31, played in both New Orleans and Brooklyn last season where he averaged 5.7 points and 4.1 rebounds in 73 games. At 6’8″, Cunningham has developed his outside shot since the 2015-16 season, where he’s...

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Report: Milutinov to stay with Olympiacos next season

ATHENS, GREECE – MARCH 17: Nikola Milutinov, #11 of Olympiacos Piraeus in action during the 2016/2017 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season Round 26 game between Olympiacos Piraeus v Galatasaray Odeabank Istanbul at Peace and Friendship Stadium on March 17, 2017 in Athens, Greece. (Photo by Nikos Paraschos/EB via Getty Images) The San Antonio Spurs have until July 20 to use the buyout clause in Nikola Milutinov’s contract with Olympiacos. According to, the Spurs are not expected to buyout Milutinov’s contract and instead, he’ll remain with Olympiacos next season. The Spurs drafted Milutinov with the 26th pick in the...

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Report: Interest from Spurs in Nwaba

SHARE Facebook Twitter Photo via According to David Aldridge of, the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers are two of multiple teams with interest in unrestricted free agent guard David Nwaba. Nwaba, 25, was originally a restricted free agent for the beginning of free agency, but, then Thursday the Bulls rescinded their qualifying offer to him. The Bulls still have interest in re-signing him according to Aldridge, and they’d be able to do so with either his early bird rights or by using part of their $16.1 million in cap space. The Lakers can offer Nwaba...

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Report: Spurs Among Teams with Interest in Stuckey

According to David Pick, the San Antonio Spurs are one of five teams who went to watch free agent guard Rodney Stuckey work out in Las Vegas. Along with the Spurs, the Warriors, Nets, Grizzlies, and Pacers also have interest in Stuckey. Stuckey, 32, last played in the NBA in March of 2017 for the Pacers before being injured. Last season, he attended several free agent mini-camps with teams but he was never signed to a team. When he last played in the NBA with the Pacers during the 2016-17 season, he averaged 7.2 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.2...

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Spurscast Ep. 505: Leonard Rumors, Bertans and Forbes Re-Signing, Parker and Anderson Leaving

In episode 505, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined in studio by Collin Reid, where they discuss the following topics: – The latest rumors regarding Kawhi Leonard – The Spurs re-signing Davis Bertans and Bryn Forbes – Tony Parker signing in Charlotte and Kyle Anderson signing with Memphis – Analyzing Derrick White, Lonnie Walker IV, Chimezie Metu, and Jaron Blossomgame’s play in Summer League If you listen to the Spurscast on iTunes, please be sure to leave a rating and review of what you think of the show. Also, please be sure to follow @TheSpurscast. Download View the original...

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Bertans to Re-Sign with Spurs

SHARE Facebook Twitter Project Spurs illustration/Getty Images According to Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports, restricted free agent Davis Bertans will re-sign with the San Antonio Spurs on a two year deal for $14.5 million. The Spurs will be using Bertans’ early bird rights to sign him above the salary cap. Monday an early report was released stating Bertans and the Spurs had agreed to a four year deal for $20 million. That report was considered ‘premature’ and Bertans was still in negotiations with the Spurs and other teams. Once Bertans, Bryn Forbes, Rudy Gay, and Marco Belinelli sign their...

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Forbes to Re-Sign with Spurs

SHARE Facebook Twitter Project Spurs illustration/San Antonio Express News According to Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports, restricted free agent Bryn Forbes will be re-signing with the Spurs on a two-year deal. The Spurs seem to be using Forbes’ early bird rights to re-sign him. Last season, Forbes was a key rotation player off the bench for the Spurs, as he appeared in 80 games and scored 6.9 points per game while making 39% of his 2.9 threes per game. Once Forbes, Rudy Gay, and Marco Belinelli sign their contracts, the Spurs will have 12 players with guaranteed contracts. Brandon...

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