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January 28, 2015 Updates

The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have signed forward Reggie Williams of the Oklahoma City Blue to a 10-day contract. Williams, 6-6/210, has appeared in 13 games this season for the Blue of the NBA D-League, averaging 16.8 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.08 steals in 31.9 minutes. NBA.com

Leonard understands missing 18 of his team’s first 45 games likely crossed him off the lists of most of the Western Conference coaches who must make some tough choices from among a strong group of frontcourt players. “I believe so,” Leonard said after practice Tuesday. “I’d probably be better just having those 17 games behind me, having more experience. But it’s nothing I’m looking forward to. I’m just trying to better myself as a player and help the team.” San Antonio Express-News

January 27, 2015 Updates

Kyle Anderson: Just gotta accept the fact its not my year in 2k mane. First 2k I've ever been weak in lol smh. Next yr is my year in 2k. Not this one. Twitter @KyleAnderson5

January 26, 2015 Updates

So it’s not an MVP award. But Hoops Hype’s “Tweeter of the Year” might be the next best thing for social media maestro Manu Ginobili, who has claimed the honor for the second straight time. The inquisitive Argentinian has 2.79 million followers on the popular site, no doubt a factor in his victory in the voting conducted by the USA Today subsidiary. He’s also a legitimately good Tweeter, parsing out everything from candid photos of his adorable kids to math riddles. “I love everything new, anything that looks like it will change things,” he said after last year’s victory. “I was very excited and I saw a lot of potential in the social network. It’s a very positive way to stay in touch with fans and reading news and be connected.” San Antonio Express-News

January 25, 2015 Updates

Either way, Bryant is now hurt, likely gone for the season, facing yet another rehab, and it’s not clear how this will affect what should be his final season in the NBA. “Nobody wants to see that happen,” said Spurs guard Manu Ginobili. “It sucks. The league needs him. He’s one of the best players that ever played.” ESPN.com

Spurs guard Tony Parker agreed. “When I first came here, Spurs-Lakers, that’s all we talked about,” Parker said. “It was a huge rivalry, with him and Shaq. Those were great years. “They always say good stuff has to have an end, but hopefully we can see him one more time next year and he’ll be healthy and finish on a high.” ESPN.com

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