Getting to know Kawhi Leonard

When the dust finally settles, we see one Spur was traded to his hometown and then the San Antonio Spurs welcome four new players on draft day night. Two of them (Davis Bertans and Adam Hanga) will probably stay overseas for the time being to further develop their game and skills, it could be worth the wait, both…

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Spurs makes a good deal out of Hill

In a deal that constitutes the boldest draft-day move of their post-championship era, the San Antonio Spurs traded George Hill  a key rotation who coach Gregg Popovich once lauded as “my favorite player” to the Indiana Pacers for a package highlighted by Kawhi Leonard, a high-energy small forward the Pacers selected with the 15th overall pick.…

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Spurs drafts Adam Hanga at No. 59

With 59th pick, the San Antonio Spurs selected athletic wing man Adam Hanga of Hungary. Position: Shooting Guard Height: 6-foot-7 Weight: 200 lbs. Birth Date: 4/12/1989 Hanga is one of the lesser known international prospects in the draft. Playing his entire career in his native Hungary to this point, Hanga has garnered attention for his play with the Hungarian…

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Spurs picks Cory Joseph at No. 29

After trading George Hill to the Indiana Pacers, the San Antonio wasted little time in getting a backup point guard drafting University of Texas guard Cory Joseph as the 29th overall pick. Joseph is a 19-year-old guard from Toronto, Canada. He averaged 10.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.0 assists on 42.2 percent field goal shooting, including…

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Kyrie Irving tops 2011 draft class

The wait is finally over. The Cleveland Cavaliers chose Kyrie Irving as the number one overall pick of the 2011 draft. The 6-foot-2 Irving averaged 17.5 points while shooting 53 percent from the field, 46 percent from 3-point range and 90 percent from the foul line. He returned from his injury in time to play in the…

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