Spurs get PG Ray McCallum from Kings for future second-round pick

The San Antonio Spurs, as part of their ongoing roster restructuring, have acquired Sacramento Kings point guard Ray McCallum.

The Spurs swapped a future second-round pick for McCallum, whom San Antonio pegs as a replacement for the outgoing Cory Joseph.

The teams announced the deal Thursday.

McCallum joins a roster that includes point guards Tony Parker and Patty Mills.

The Spurs had to renounce the rights to Joseph as part of their push to create the needed salary-cap space to sign LaMarcus Aldridge away from the Portland Trail Blazers.

Joseph came to terms on a new deal earlier this week with the Toronto Raptors.

Sacramento selected McCallum in the second round and 36th overall in 2013. He averaged 6.9 points, 2.7 assists and 20.7 minutes per game the past two seasons.

He started 30 of the 68 games he played last season. McCallum became the starter after Darren Collison suffered a season-ending core muscle injury and Ramon Sessions was traded to Washington.

It was clear McCallum's time in California's capital city could be ending after the Kings reached agreement on a one-year, $10 million deal with Rajon Rondo last week. Rondo and Collison are expected to split time in the backcourt.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.