Spurs revamping their front office

As per Spurs Nation, the San Antonio Spurs are reportedly revamping their front office.

Citing league sources, The Athletic’s Jabari Young reported Friday night that general manager R.C. Buford is moving up within the Spurs Sports & Entertainment hierarchy and will receive a new title.

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Teams express interest in Spurs’ DeRozan

According to reports, several teams are interested in trading for San Antonio Spurs shooting guard DeMar DeRozan. The 29-year-old California native has two years left on his contract with the Spurs. He will make $27.7 million next season and has a player option worth the same amount for the 2020-21 season.

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Spurs’ Walker named to Summer League Second Team

San Antonio Spurs Lonnie Walker has been named to the NBA Summer League Second Team, the club announced Monday.

The second-year guard is first Spur to be named to an All-Summer League Team since Bryn Forbes in 2017, Walker IV is just the fourth player from the Silver and Black since the NBA started the awards in 2005 (Kyle Anderson – 2015, Alonzo Gee – 2010).

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Short handed Spurs fall against the Hawks in Summer League Finale

Playing in a consolation game against the Atlanta Hawks in their Summer League finale, the San Antonio Spurs decided to give their rookies the night off.

With Lonnie Walker, Quinndary Weatherspoon, Keldon Johnson and Luka Samanic unavailable, the Spurs offense struggled; particularly in the first half.  Trailing the Hawks 28-50 after two quarters.

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Morris to sign with the Knicks

As per Shams Charania, free agent forward Marcus Morris plans to sign a one-year, $15 Million deal with the New York Knicks, after reopening his agreement with the San Antonio Spurs.

Last week, the Spurs made a move to open a roster spot and create cap space to sign Morris into a two-year deal, $20 Million by trading Davis Bertans to the Washington Wizards.

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Spurs dropped a nail-biter against Suns in Vegas Summer League

The San Antonio Spurs fall against the Phoenix Suns 79-78 and dropped their record 2-2 in the Las Vegas Summer League games.

The Spurs fall behind early, trailing 13-16 at the end of the first quarter, but came back strong and led 38-36 at the break. However, the Suns outscored the Spurs 25-19 during the third period to take a four-point lead entering the final quarter.

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