According to Contra Costa Times, the San Antonio Spurs, along with several other teams, have shown interest in restricted free agent forward Reggie Williams.
Several teams have shown interest, including San Antonio, Orlando, Denver, Chicago and Charlotte.
Should the Spurs make an offer to Williams, under the new CBA, Golden State will have three days to match any offer in order to keep him.
Williams is a former player in the D-League and last season with Golden State, in 20.3 minutes he averaged 9.2 points, 1.5 assists, 2.7 rebounds in 80 games.
With the Spurs losing out on signing Caron Butler, and will be using their amnesty clause on Richard Jefferson, the Spurs are working at finding an adequate small forward as training camp and opening night are fast approaching.
warriors rescinded their qualifying offer to reggie williams so that should make him a free agent. i dont know that he is as good or better then who we already have but if the spurs where interested he just became a free agent.
Who else spurs? R. Jefferson was signed to shoot the ball not to guard. There was a misundertanding on what rj is to do. He is no Bowen, Now the spurs is looking for a sf. Look into ypur bench spurs. You have Green, Butler and Leonard. Why draft them? Waive them if not use!
this guy seems like a nice nice player, he could shoot and handle a little bit and hes gonna have to play defense if he wants to play on the spurs and he has the ability to come from the weak side and block some shots. we'll see i haven't seen him enough to be real comfortable with him.
Reggie Williams is a good outside shooter, however he plays less defense and coming from a system of GS Warriors. In addition, he is undersized, why not play younger Anderson who has the same height but has tons of potential?
@shawnthefreak I wasn't real impressed with Williams, especially at the SF spot - I feel like we need a bit bigger, longer, defensive minded player to fill that role. I would also rather see Anderson stay at his natural position of SG than at SF - it felt like we were undersized across the board last year by playing guys out of position, and that really hurts against the likes of KD, LeBreesha, Odom, Paul Pierce, etc.
@J8keD Yeah Anderson's size will give oppenents' SGs a lot of problem. His strength combined with speed and great shooting touch all make him so hard to defend. He should try to strengthen his defense, he is a good shock-blocker in his position though.