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Matt Bonner
Matt Bonner
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Born: 04/05/80
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:240 lbs. / 108.9 kg.

Matt Bonner done with San Antonio?

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Matt Bonner, who spent 10 seasons with the Spurs, spoke with Concord News Radio on his future in the NBA and said he is still looking for a team next season and is hoping an opportunity will open up. When it came to re-signing with the Spurs, Bonner said there hasn’t been any movement on either side to re-upping with the team and admits he probably won’t be with San Antonio next season. “Currently they haven’t signed me. Unless something changes going into the season, I’m probably not going to be with the Spurs.”
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If last season was his final one with the Spurs, Bonner will leave the organization without any regrets or negative experiences. “All of it has been positive and amazing,” he said. “It’s an awesome organization, a great city to live in, with great fans. … I consider myself one of the luckiest players ever to play in the NBA. To be a role player, a bench guy and be able to stay on the same team for 10 years, I consider myself very fortunate.”
Tiny houses have seen an insane rise in popularity over the last couple years. (HGTV appears to have THREE shows about tiny houses.) This is especially unbelievable because I’m fairly certain the first time anyone actually heard of a tiny house was in a Geico commercial which seemed absurd at the time. Anyway, Bonner and his family now own a tiny house. Why? I have no clue. I hope it was explained on the show. According to Basketball-Reference, Bonner has made over $28,000,000 in his career. Hopefully, he also has a normal-sized home.
Storyline: Real Estate