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  • Marco Belinelli
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Marco Belinelli has signed a three-year deal with Virtus Bologna.

    Belinelli's pro career began in Bologna way back in 2002 and it looks like the place where he'll wrap it up. Despite maintaining his effectiveness as a 3-point threat, Belinelli fell out of the rotation over the course of last season in San Antonio. Unless his deal contains an out clause, this could be the end of the NBA road for the 34-year-old.

    Source: Virtus Bologna

  • Chimezie Metu
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    Per James Ham of NBC Sports, The Kings have signed Chimezie Metu to a deal that will allow him to compete for a roster spot during the team's upcoming training camp.

    Metu was with the Spurs for the first two seasons of his career but was waived earlier in the week. He will compete for a roster spot with the Kings but is off the fantasy radar for now.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Drew Eubanks
    C, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs announced that they have re-signed Drew Eubanks.

    The deal is reportedly for three years but there are no further details at this time. Eubanks saw his role increase in his second season with the club and he could potentially see regular rotation minutes this upcoming year. However, he still has a long ways to go to enter the conversation in fantasy circles.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Quinndary Weatherspoon
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs and Quinndary Weatherspoon have agreed to a two-way contract, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Weatherspoon was the 49th pick in last year's draft but only saw two games with the big club before the restart. He played in 36 games for the Austin Spurs with averages of 14.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 1.1 steals per game and will hope that success translates at the next level on a Spurs team looking to get younger.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Bryn Forbes
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Sharp-shooter Bryn Forbes has agreed to a two-year contract with the Milwaukee Bucks according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

    Forbes knocked down nearly 39 percent of his threes last season in San Antonio, but brought little else to the table in terms of statistical output. In a reserve role on this team, he should find himself plenty of open looks, but we don't see him as anything more than a triples streamer from time to time.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Jakob Poeltl
    C, San Antonio Spurs

    Jakob Poeltl is finalizing a deal with the Spurs to stay with the team via a three-year deal worth $27 million, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

    Poeltl has been groomed by the Spurs for a few years now and knows the ropes. He's getting a decent payday considering he's just a boards-and-blocks specialist in fantasy.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Drew Eubanks
    C, San Antonio Spurs

    Drew Eubanks has agreed to a three-year deal with the Spurs, his agent tells Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Eubanks was a restricted free agent but quickly re-upped with the Spurs. He had some interesting games in the bubble when the Spurs were without LaMarcus Aldridge and was a standout at the G League level last season. With Aldridge potentially on the outs, Eubanks could be headed for a larger role, with a three-year commitment a sign that the team believes in his potential. Keep an eye on him in deep dynasty formats.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Chimezie Metu
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have waived forward Chimezie Metu.

    Metu appeared in 47 games over his two seasons with the Spurs, but rarely played in anything other than garbage time. A strong rebounder with a good motor, Metu should pop up on someone's training camp roster.

    Source: San Antonio Spurs

  • Tre Jones
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Duke guard Tre Jones is selected by the Spurs with the 41st pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

    Jones is a good fit with the Spurs, being able to make an impact on the defensive end. He was named the ACC Player oft he Year and averaged 1.8 steals per game in 2019-20 for the Blue Devils. His brother, Tyus Jones, plays for the Grizzlies, backing up Ja Morant.

    Source: Adrian Worjnarowski on Twitter

  • Devin Vassell
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have selected Devin Vassell with the No. 11 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

    Vassell is lauded for his defensive ability and the Spurs should be excited to pair him with a back court which is already strong on that end of the floor. He's both an effective team and on-ball defender. He's developed as a shooter off the bounce, so he can create his own shot and provide some shooting from beyond the arc. The only flaw in his game on the defensive end is his frame, which may not be able to match up with bigger opponents.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Jakob Poeltl
    C, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have tendered qualifying offers to Jakob Poeltl, Quinndary Weatherspoon and Drew Eubanks, making all three restricted free agents.

    Poeltl's the biggest name of this bunch and could draw some suitors as a low-cost rim protector with decent athleticism. He's never been able to grab hold of a major role but is a solid player who could quickly jump up the fantasy ranks in the right spot. Eubanks had some nice moments last season when the Spurs were thin in the frontcourt while Weatherspoon, a second-round pick in last year's draft, did most of his development behind the scenes and in the G League.

    Source: Bobby Marks on Twitter

  • DeMar DeRozan
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Per Shams Charania, DeMar DeRozan will opt in to his $27.7 million player option for the 2020-21 season.

    The dollar value on DeRozan's contract was always going to be too high for him to opt out, even if the reports of his discontent in San Antonio were true. There has been an incredible amount of trade chatter surround him and LaMarcus Aldridge and it would be a surprise if those rumors did not bear fruit. While DeMar is often denigrated as a flawed player, he has provided consistent fantasy value for years and is coming off a career-best fantasy season.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Patty Mills
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer is reporting that the Spurs are shopping Patty Mills, with the Sixers and Bucks showing interest.

    That makes sense as San Antonio is trying to get younger while both the Bucks and Sixers need to improve their backcourt depth and shooting. While Mills faded into the background a bit more than usual last season, a new environment could get him back on track. Even so, the veteran is likely a top-175 type at best, with modest output in assists and threes driving the bus.

    Source: The Ringer

  • DeMar DeRozan
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer is hearing that the Lakers have some interest for acquiring DeMar DeRozan in a deal that would send Danny Green and Kyle Kuzma to the Spurs.

    The Spurs have been bandied about in all kinds of pre-draft rumors as it looks like they're ready to embrace a rebuild of sorts. DeRozan is entering the final year of his contract and the Spurs may want to clear space to run a two-guard lineup that features Dejounte Murray and Derrick White rather than DeRozan. The Lakers could certainly use another ball-handler and shot-creator, so this makes plenty of sense from their perspective. The Spurs would also benefit from getting younger up front by acquiring Kuzma in this supposed deal. We'll see what happens in the next week, as San Antonio could overhaul their roster in a significant way.

    Source: The Ringer

  • Tim Duncan
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    According to Marc Stein of The New York Times, Tim Duncan will no longer be an assistant coach for the Spurs.

    It was also reported that the expectation within the Spurs organization was that this would always be a one-year coaching stint for the future Hall of Famer. He will continue to be an integral part of the Spurs family and it is possible that he stays involved behind the scenes.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter