Undrafted former Seton Hall swingman Fuquan Edwin is auditioning for the Spurs today and Tuesday, a source tells Adam Zagoria of SNY.tv (Twitter link). It’s the second time that the first-year pro will have shown off for the Spurs, who also worked him out prior to the draft.
Edwin suffered a regression this past season as a senior for the Pirates, as his scoring, rebounding and three-point shooting were all off from the marks he put up as a junior. He averaged 15.5 points and 4.7 rebounds and made 37.5% of his three-point attempts in 31.3 minutes per game the past two years combined for Seton Hall. He also saw 7.3 MPG for the Thunder in summer league this year.
Edwin joins a lengthy list of players reportedly on San Antonio’s radar. Michael Beasley, Hakim Warrick and Jamaal Franklin are among the veterans who’ve also apparently worked out for the Spurs, so Edwin seemingly faces long odds of making the training camp roster, much less remaining on the team through opening night. The Spurs have 14 fully guaranteed deals and three partially guaranteed arrangements.