San Antonio Spurs' Aron Baynes hasn't seen much action on the court for the Spurs. He has bounced back and forth between San Antonio and Austin playing for the Toros.
With San Antonio, he has played 11 games, and is averaging 6.6 minutes in limited time but in the few minutes, he has shown flashes of a solid player for the Spurs off the bench.
But going back and forth to Austin might be trying for Baynes. He may be learning the Spurs' system out in Austin and getting playing time but to step on an NBA court is preferred for a rookie looking to make his mark.
Fellow Australian, Golden State Warriors' Andrew Bogut, had some words of advice for his fellow countryman and says Baynes just needs to stick with it.
"Just stick with it," said Bogut. "He's in a great organization. Just put your head down and word hard."
Looks like Baynes' vertical elevation is outstanding for Caucasian player. Wonder if he will amass more than three minutes per series? Pop hardly ever plays Mills ... surely Paddy could contribute more than zero? Any idea whether T-Mac acquisition was aimed at denying his services to another competitor? ... Or can we expect to see McGrady actually suit up?