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September 26, 2014 Updates
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Count Tim Duncan among supporters of embattled Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry. Duncan on Wednesday defended Ferry, his former teammate on the Spurs, against charges of racism after his use of racially charged comments during a conference call with the Hawks ownership group in June. Ferry has since taken a leave of absence from his post in Atlanta. “Knowing Danny, he’s not what everybody’s saying about him. He’s not a racist,” Duncan told another former teammate, Antonio Daniels, during a radio interview with the San Antonio radio station KZDC. San Antonio Express-News

September 23, 2014 Updates

Spurs sharpshooter/everyman Matt Bonner has enjoyed a career probably even he could never dreamed of: Soon to be 11 seasons, with career earnings of more than $27 million and distinction as one of the most accurate 3-point shooters in NBA history. And now comes another honor with his impending induction into the University of Florida Hall of Fame. The Red Mamba will be inducted in the spring of 2015 as part of a seven-person class. The three-time All-SEC selection will be the 29th basketball inducted into UF’s Hall. Bonner scored 1,570 points in his career at Florida, averaged 15.6 and 15.2 points over his last two seasons. San Antonio Express-News

The San Antonio Spurs today announced multiple promotions and additions to the basketball operations staff. Sean Marks returns to the front office as an assistant general manager and Brandon James has been promoted to director of basketball administration and legal affairs. Phil Coles has been hired as director of medical services and Marilyn Adams as director of rehabilitation. In addition, Xavi Schelling joins the Spurs as applied sports scientist and Paul West has been named assistant athletic trainer. NBA.com

Caldwell "Pops" Jones, who played six seasons in Philadelphia and helped the 76ers reach the NBA Finals in 1977, '80 and '82, died Sunday from a heart attack. He was 64. The 6-foot-11 center and forward averaged 7.9 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game over his 17-year pro career, which also included stints in the ABA and with the Houston Rockets, Chicago Bulls, Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs. USA Today Sports

September 22, 2014 Updates

Adam Zagoria: Former Seton Hall wing @Fuquan Edwin is working out for the NBA champion Spurs today & tomorrow, source tells @SNYtv. Sounds like it didn't work out for @Fuquan Edwin in Italy & now he's getting a shot w/ the Spurs. Tough as an undrafted FA, but it's a shot. Twitter @AdamZagoria

 

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