Free-agent forward Michael Beasley is working out for the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs at the franchise's practice facility this week, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
Beasley's had several workouts for teams this summer, including two with the Los Angeles Lakers, but remains unsigned for the 2014-15 season.
The Spurs have 14 guaranteed contracts for next season...
The San Antonio Spurs are open to signing-and-trading Aron Baynes, according to source.
Baynes is coming off a strong World Cup for Australia.
With training camp inching closer, there’s still been no word on whether the San Antonio Spurs will re-sign free agent Aron Baynes. With one more roster spot left, the Spurs could offer it to Aron or simply head into the season with an open spot. Now a report from Yahoo! Sports indicated the possibility of San […]
With Mexico’s Gustavo Ayon rumored to have some interest from the Spurs, and question marks surrounding whether or not restricted free agent Aron Baynes would be back, the table was set for this morning’s Group D matchup between Australia and Mexico. It was a close battle through most of the first half, but Australia began […]
San Antonio Spurs restricted free agent Aron Baynes and the Australian National team continued on the winning track in the 2014 FIBA World Cup Tuesday over Lithuania. Using a strong defensive second quarter by holding the Lithuanians to just eight points, the Boomers were able to gain some separation and hold on the for the […]
Aron Baynes hopes to re-sign with the San Antonio Spurs, but he is also exporing potential deals with European teams.
Baynes is reportedly searching for a contract worth $1.5 million Euros.
The Spurs extended Baynes a qualifying offer to make him a restricted free agent.
San Antonio Spurs free agent Aron Baynes is still waiting to see where he will be playing basketball next season and according to reports, it seems teams in Europe are hoping to sign the big man from Australia. According to reports, Baynes would like to stay in San Antonio but a few teams from overseas […]
The San Antonio Spurs opened their second round series against the Portland Trail Blazers last night, and Australian Aron Baynes contributed 10 points off the bench for the Spurs in their impressive win. Baynes isn’t exactly the most recognizable face in the NBA and many casual fans may not even know who is but, have no fear, TNT came to the rescue with this awesome graphic.