The Spurs made exactly one change to their 15-man roster this offseason: never-used Damion James out, elite-passing rookie Kyle Anderson in.
The Spurs' 15-man opening-night roster will consist of the 15 players with guaranteed contracts. I am shocked.
Fuquan Edwin & Robert Vaden are interesting - Spurs signed them, then released them, but could assign them to Austin.
If JaMycahl Green doesn't sign with an NBA team or overseas, I think he's a lock of a D-League deal with the Austin Spurs.
The Spurs waived forwards JaMychal Green, Fuquan Edwin and Robert Vaden.
Spurs waive forwards JaMychal Green, Fuquan Edwin and Robert Vaden, trimming their roster to 15 players.
The Spurs have announced the team has waived JaMychal Green, Fuquan Edwin, & Robert Vaden. Roster at 15.
Spurs waive J Green, Edwin and Vaden. Latter two were signed yesterday. Prepare for Austin, gentlemen.
Mercifully, preseason is over. 2-5, bundles of turnovers, un Spurs-y basketball.
Haven't talked to one player who thinks Spurs will simply hit a switch come Tuesday. Will probably look a little ragged for first few weeks.
The good news: Spurs' 16 turnovers were a preseason low. Bad: Still contributed to 23 Houston points in what was a one-possession game late.
DGreen said Spurs got message from Pop's TO binge: "We're trying to get better and we're trying to do it faster. We don't have any time left
If you're freaking out over preseason, calm down. But ... until Spurs get Leonard and then Splitter back, it's going to be dicey.
Pop on Spurs' just-completed preseason: "We look very poor. We look like we're not very interested."
At 2-5, the Spurs post worst preseason record since going 2-7 in 2005-06. That, too, came on heels of a championship season.
Just getting caught up and saw Fuquan Edwin signed with the Spurs. Would think he's D-League bound to the Austin Toros, but a shot is a shot
Pop's assessment of Spurs' preseason: "Poor ... We don't look very interested."
The preseason is over! The Rockets win their final preseason game 96-87 over the Spurs.
Isaiah Canaan seals this one with a huge three. Big shot for a guy who needed it. Rockets take it 96-87 over Spurs.
I fear all this spirited Spurs rally has accomplished is to put overtime on the table. Nobody wants that.