Free agent sharpshooter Jason Kapono has been working out with the Spurs this week, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports (via Twitter). The nine-year veteran hasn't had a spot on an NBA roster since last year's trade deadline, when he was acquired from the Lakers by the Cavs, and subsequently waived.
Kapono has contributed next to nothing for the 76ers and Lakers over the last two seasons, playing limited minutes and making just nine of his 35 three-point attempts. However, he's still just 31 years old and has a career .434 3PT%. He would have to show flashes of his old self before he'd be considered a worthwhile investment for any NBA team, but it's possible he could help a club in need of outside shooting.
With Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, Stephen Jackson, Gary Neal, Danny Green, Derrick Byars, and Nando De Colo already at the two and three spots, the Spurs don't have a real need for Kapono, so I wouldn't be surprised if the workouts were simply due diligence. Adding a big man or two will probably be a stronger priority for the Spurs, particularly if they find a taker for DeJuan Blair.