What do the Spurs, Thunder, Blazers, Nets, Hawks, Wiz, Bobcats, Pacers, and Memphis all have in common besides making the playoffs in 13'14?
The San Antonio Spurs are bringing in free agent Julyan Stone for a workout, league source tells RealGM. Stone's had talks elsewhere too.
Spurs have three of the least foul prone bigs in the NBA (Duncan, Splitter, Bonner). Foul avoidance is an often underrated skill.
Josh Davis, the Spurs' newest camp signee, is 6-foot-7 and graduated from San Diego State. That sounds pretty familiar, no?
Spurs roster is now up to 17 players, including training camp invitees. They'll have to shave it down to 15 or fewer before the season.
So that's now three players trying to earn that 15th roster spot with the Spurs.
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Cavs favored to win NBA title at 5/2 at Bovada. Ahead of Spurs at 4-1. Heat at 40-1, tied for 10th with Pacers and Blazers.
Latest Bovada title odds, Spurs are 4/1 to defend, trailing only the revamped Cavaliers at 5/2
Updated NBA title odds have Thunder (6/1) fourth behind Bulls (11/2), Spurs (4/1) and Cavs (5/2).
New Vegas odds via Bovada. Cavaliers now w/ Love have 5/2 odds to win title, while Spurs have 4/1 odds. Lakers? 66/1. Sixers? 300/1