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  • Trey Lyles
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have officially signed Trey Lyles.

    San Antonio moved quickly amidst Marcus Morris' waffling, scooping up Lyles on what's been reported as a two-year, $11 million deal. Look for Lyles to give the Spurs some stretch four minutes this season. There isn't much fantasy appeal after a down campaign in Denver but perhaps working with the Spurs' development staff will give his career a jumpstart.

    Source: San Antonio Spurs

  • Trey Lyles
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have reached an agreement with Trey Lyles, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Jabari Young of The Athletic is reporting that it will be a two-year deal for around $11 million. San Antonio opened up some space by pulling their offer to Marcus Morris, and will instead use the roster spot on a young stretch four. Lyles had a rough season in Denver, failing to take a step forward and even falling out of the rotation at times. Perhaps a stint in San Antonio will help him turn things around. It's possible that Lyles steps into some of the minutes that Davis Bertans has left behind.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have pulled their two-year, $20 million contract offer to Marcus Morris, per Adrian Wojnarowski.

    The team has instead reached an agreement with Trey Lyles. Morris was met with a surprisingly cool free agent market and has been rumored to have a one-year, $15 million offer on the table from the Knicks. The change in San Antonio should help out Rudy Gay and DeMarre Carroll.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Rudy Gay
    SF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have officially re-signed Rudy Gay.

    Gay is going back to San Antonio on a two-year, $32 million deal. The addition of DeMarre Carroll could see him pushed for minutes but he's enough of a key cog in the rotation that he shouldn't fall off the standard-league map.

    Source: San Antonio Spurs

  • DeMarre Carroll
    SF, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs have announced the acquisition of DeMarre Carroll.

    Carroll lands with the Spurs on a three-team deal, and he has re-worked an original two-year, $13 million agreement into a three-year, $21 million deal. He should be the same low-end source of threes and steals in San Antonio next season and will give the Spurs a little more versatility at the forward spots than they've had recently. Davis Bertans was acquired by Washington while the Nets received draft rights to Aaron White (via WAS) and Nemanja Dangubic (via SAS).

    Source: San Antonio Spurs

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    Marcus Morris is re-considering signing his two-year, $20 million agreement with the Spurs and is now looking at a deal with the Knicks after the Reggie Bullock deal may fall through.

    Whoa, that escalated quickly. It was reported earlier in the hour that the Knicks and Bullock were re-working their initial agreement after the Knicks had medical concerns about Bullock's ability to play a full season. It seems like the additional money left over from that deal will give new life into stealing Morris right out from under the Spurs. The Knicks reportedly have a one-year, $15 million offer on the table for Morris. There are sure to be more updates on this development. Stay tuned.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Quinndary Weatherspoon
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    The Spurs announced on Monday that they have signed rookie guard Quinndary Weatherspoon to a two-way contract.

    The Mississippi State product was the No. 49 overall pick by the Spurs in the 2019 NBA Draft. He is currently averaging 15.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.0 steal in 23.7 minutes and three games between the Salt Lake City and Las Vegas Summer Leagues.

    Source: Nba.com

  • Lonnie Walker IV
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Lonnie Walker IV had another great Summer League showing on Monday in a 93-90 win over the Raptors as he put up 32 points (12-of-23 FGs, 5-of-6 FTs), six rebounds, two assists, two steals, two blocks and three 3-pointers in 30 minutes.

    Walker's definitely turning some heads with his Summer League play. The Spurs' guard depth is a problem for his fantasy potential this season, but he's doing all he can to earn minutes right now. He's worth keeping an eye on through training camp just in case something changes in the Spurs' back court.

  • Luka Samanic
    PF-C, San Antonio Spurs

    Luka Samanic delivered 14 points (5-of-10 shooting), five rebounds, two assists, a steal and two 3-pointers in Sunday's Summer League win.

    Samanic did some nice damage in his 24 minutes and showed some versatility to his game. There shouldn't be too many minutes available for him this season with the Spurs trending towards a lot of smaller frontcourt looks and two viable center options, but his skillset makes him a fun guy to speculate on in dynasty formats.

  • Quinndary Weatherspoon
    PG, San Antonio Spurs

    Quinndary Weatherspoon tied for the team lead in scoring with 19 points in Sunday's Summer League win, adding seven rebounds, two assists and a steal.

    Weatherspoon went 6-of-14 from the field and 7-of-9 at the line, while fellow rookie Keldon Johnson got his 19 points on 6-of-10 shooting and a perfect 7-of-7 from the charity stripe. Weatherspoon was taken 49th overall and is a lonshot to carve out rotation minutes in San Antonio this season, but he looks like a guy to keep an eye on given San Antonio's track record of developing overlooked guards.

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, the Spurs and Marcus Morris have agreed on a two-year, $20 million deal.

    Morris will be an excellent pickup for the Spurs as an above average scorer and he's no slouch on the defensive end. They weren't a very deep team so Morris will also bring depth to their roster and with the rest of the West rapidly improving, the Spurs needed to make a move. As for fantasy, Morris will still be worth owning in leagues but it'll be important to see how the rest of the Spurs' roster shakes out.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • DeMarre Carroll
    SF, San Antonio Spurs

    According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Spurs and DeMarre Carroll have reworked his deal to make it three years, $21 million.

    Carroll's original deal was two years, $13 million so he'll be getting an extra $8 million in that third year. He was a very important piece to the Nets last season and he'll likely serve a similar role on the Spurs. He could actually hold some fantasy value next season as the Spurs haven't made a ton of moves, but it's still too soon to be sure.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Lonnie Walker IV
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Lonnie Walker IV continued his torrid Summer League pace on Friday night with a 28-point outburst on 11-for-17 shooting with two rebounds and one steal.

    Walker IV continues to flash his potential this summer as he hopes to make enough of an impression to be in the mix for reserve minutes in San Antonio this season. Center Drew Eubanks also contributed a nice night with 15 points and three blocks.

  • Chimezie Metu
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    Chimezie Metu (right foot) is not currently with the Spurs in Las Vegas but could rejoin the team before Summer League ends.

    Metu underwent a procedure to drain an abscess on his right foot back on June 27, so the Spurs will take it easy on the second-year forward. He's got an outside shot at earning some minutes at the back end of the rotation but there is no fantasy appeal.

    Source: Jeff McDonald on Twitter

  • Lonnie Walker IV
    SG, San Antonio Spurs

    Lonnie Walker IV played well on Wednesday in a loss to the Jazz as he put up 19 points and eight rebounds on 7-of-17 shooting.

    Walker IV is a second-year player that the Spurs have tremendous confidence in, so it is nice to see him start the Summer League with two stellar performances. Fellow second-year player Drew Eubanks put up 15 points and seven rebounds on 6-of-10 shooting. Walker IV will likely have not have a huge role this season, but could see some meaningful rotation minutes. Eubanks will still be stuck in a deep reserve role.