SEPTEMBER 26TH: The deal is official, the team announced in a press release that set the training camp roster.
AUGUST 28TH: It’s a two-year deal for the minimum salary that’s partially guaranteed for $20K this season, tweets Eric Pincus of Basketball Insiders.
AUGUST 26TH: The Spurs have signed free agent Josh Davis, according to the RealGM.com transactions log. The 6’8″ power forward out of San Diego State wasn’t selected in this June’s NBA Draft, but he was projected to be a possible late second round pick. Though terms of the agreement weren’t released, it is a non-guaranteed, multi-year deal, most likely for the rookie minimum, and similar to the deals that Bryce Cotton and JaMychal Green signed with the team.
Davis’ signing would raise the current Spurs preseason roster count to 17. Davis will most likely be competing for the 15th and final regular season roster spot.
The 23-year-old played for three colleges, beginning with North Carolina State as a freshman, when he put up 2.6 points and 1.7 rebounds in 10.4 minutes per game. During his sophomore and junior seasons spent at Tulane, Davis averaged 17.6 PPG and 10.7 RPG. During his senior year with the Aztecs, his numbers slipped to 7.7 PPG and 10.1 RPG. His slash line for this past season was .455/.000/.472.