The San Antonio Spurs sign Danny Green, again
For those of you hoping to snag a 10-day job interview with the San Antonio Spurs, the position appears to have been filled.
The Spurs confirmed they have signed wing Danny Green for the remainder of the season. Green, as you may recall, was the first of many 10-day wing players the Spurs brought in over the course of the season. Though it’s hard to imagine Green stepping in and playing over anyone currently on the roster, it’s just another move that makes the Spurs the Spurs as our own Timothy Varner pointed out in an e-mail exchange:
Now, essentially, they meet roster requirements (13 players) stay under the tax threshold, and lock up Green for summer league and training camp.
It’s amazing how patient the Spurs are. They’re committed to eventually finding a diamond in the rough. But at the rate they “interview” players with 10 days, you can tell they’re okay going through 30 players, if it takes 30 players, to find one guy that can make a meaningful impact on their rotation.