San Antonio Spurs 2013 NBA Draft pick, Deshaun Thomas, will spend this year overseas playing with French squad Nanterre. The time spent overseas will hopefully get him ready to make the transition to the NBA should he ever suit up for the Spurs.
Playing away from the United States and in a different league other than the NBA will take some time for Thomas to get used to but in the video below, it seems he is adjusting just fine.
Thomas spoke on joining Nanterre and how the team is preparing for Euroleague play, and what he will bring to Nanterre including bringing the effort, competing and of course, scoring.no comments
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-- Former Spur DeJuan Blair keeps talking. Will he ever live up to his words?
-- The Atlantic Division is packed with turmoil and bottom feeders. Are the two top teams in the division pretenders or contenders? Just how bad are the 76ers? (Hint: Pretty bad).
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Ah, the joys of preseason NBA basketball. Aron Baynes making a clutch, game-saving basket and Kyle Korver scoring 26 points have a way of telling you exactly what part of the season it is.
In the San Antonio Spurs’ first game against recently-departed top assistant turned Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer, the Spurs managed to get the 106-104 win on a Baynes floater with three seconds left on the clock in regulation.
Korver, who had been hot all night, missed a corner three that was taken after the clock expired.
Tony Parker and Tim Duncan looked to be in regular season form. Parker finished with 17 points, five assists and four rebounds while Duncan added 16 points and eight rebounds.no comments
A few months back, a portion of San Antonio Spurs fan base was disappointed that center Greg Oden choose not to sign with the silver and black despite his chronic knee issues which have, for the most part, derailed his NBA career.
Well it appears that San Antonio may have dodged a bullet.
Courtesy of Brian Windhorst of the Miami Heat Index comes news that Oden experienced a “slight setback” due to swelling in his left knee during Heat practice.no comments
Our good friends over at Spurs Brasil sent us this tidbit from Draft Brasil.
According to Draft Brasil, the San Antonio Spurs, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers, are rumored to play at the 2014 NBA Global Games in Brazil. The report goes on to state that due to the popularity of the 2013 Rio NBA Global Games this summer, efforts are being made to continue to bring in top NBA-Brazilian players, such as Spurs' Tiago Splitter, back to Brazil and spread the NBA globally.no comments
The San Antonio Spurs cut ties with former Texas Longhorn Myck Kabongo and two others recently as the team continues to trim down the roster as the new season inches closer.
With two of the three players not seemingly to be a part of the Spurs' system this coming season, Kabongo will have a shot at possibly making the team at a later time. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Spurs plan to send him to the Austin Toros, their D-League affiliate.no comments