The Spurs have a way of finding sleepers in the late first round, and they may have done it again this year with Derrick White at No. 29.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/29L 110-98
- 3/31W 100-95
- 4/2W 109-103
- 4/4W 95-89
- 4/5L 102-95
- 4/7W 102-89
- 4/8L 98-87
- 4/10L 99-98
- 4/12L 101-97
- 4/15W 111-82
- 4/17W 96-82
- 4/20L 105-94
- 4/22L 110-108
- 4/25W 116-103
- 4/27W 103-96
- 5/1L 126-99
- 5/3W 121-96
- 5/5W 103-92
- 5/7L 125-104
- 5/9W 110-107
- 5/11W 114-75
- 5/14L 113-111
- 5/16L 136-100
- 5/20L 120-108
- 5/22L 129-115
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With Tony Parker's health just one issue facing the Spurs, San Antonio grabbed versatile Colorado guard Derrick White with its top draft pick.
Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer
Here's Spurs general manager R.C. Buford on the team possibly shopping LaMarcus Aldridge for a trade before the draft: "The thing I'd say is we've got a team that's won 128 games [since Aldridge's arrival], were in the conference finals. We're happy with the group we have. If we can make it better, we'll do it at any opportunity we can. But it's more than just players. It's the fit for our group, and our goals for this team are to continue to compete for championships, and LaMarcus helps us do that. So, that's where we sit with LaMarcus."
ESPN Stats and Information
Spurs select Derrick White No. 29. White did not earn a Division I scholarship out of high school and played his first three seasons at University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.
The Spurs selected Colorado guard Derrick White with the No. 29 overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft on Thursday night.
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
With the No. 29 overall pick, the Spurs selected Derrick White (G, Colorado). This is the latest that the first senior has come off the board in NBA draft history.
Sources say the Cavaliers and Spurs have discussed a deal for Danny Green, but the asking price for the two-way wing player is too high.
Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer
Phoenix might be the only team holding a top-10 pick that could acquire Aldridge with confidence that it isn't just a one-year engagement.
Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer
Any team trading for LaMarcus Aldridge has to know it can re-sign him. Which surely hampers San Antonio's efforts to acquire a top-10 pick
The San Antonio Spurs have reportedly tendered a qualifying offer to Jonathon Simmons, which makes him a restricted free agent.
LaMarcus Aldridge, who struggled in the 2017 postseason, is being floated by the Spurs as a possible trade piece as San Antonio seeks a top-10 pick for Thursday's draft in return, sources told ESPN.
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The Spurs hit it big at the turn of the century, drafting Manu Ginobili (No. 57 overall) in 1999 and Tony Parker (No. 28) in 2001. Both finished with more career win shares than any other players drafted in those spots in NBA history.
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Pau Gasol will reportedly decline a $16.2 million option with the Spurs for next season and become a free agent, according to a report.
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