The 2011 NBA Draft is next month and the San Antonio Spurs continue to look at various players leading up to the draft.
With pick number 29, the Spurs hope to find another late-draft gem as in past drafts.
According to Hoops Report, the Spurs have recently looked at a few more players in the lead up to the draft:
The San Antonio Spurs had a busy week with three draft workouts. First, they hosted Demetri McCamey and Jeremy Tyler on Monday, then they hosted Malcolm Thomas on Wednesday, then they brought in Chandler Parsons and Nikola Vucevic on Friday.
The Spurs will continue with another workout next Friday that will include Andrew Goudelock, Malcolm Lee and Lavoy Allen.
McCamey: point guard, Illinois, 6'3", 205 lbs. Averaged 14.6 points, shot 45.2% from the field, shot 45.1% from three point line, shot 72.4% from free throw line, 3.5 rebounds, 6.1 assists, 33.4 minutes last season.
Outside the 3-point arc, McCamey demonstrated that he's a top notch shooter at the point guard position, connecting on an excellent 45% of his 3-pointers this season. He's comfortable shooting off the dribble or off the catch, and he has range well past the NBA 3-point line. This bodes well for him going forward, and should help to open up the floor for dribble penetration for himself and his teammates, especially if he needs to spend time playing off the ball, which is certainly a possibility at his size.