Southwest Notes: West, Marjanovic, Ndour

David West had kept the Spurs on his radar as a potential destination for years prior to his surprising decision to sign with San Antonio last month for the minimum salary, as the power forward told WRAL-FM in Raleigh, North Carolina (audio link; transcription via Dan McCarney of the San Antonio Express-News).

“At this point, I just want to win games,” West said. “I feel like I’m in a position to where I had a choice to make. I just chose to give myself a chance to win. The Spurs have an unbelievable culture. I just want an opportunity to be in that system and experience it and see what comes of it.”

Among those who signed new deals this summer, West will see the third greatest decline in pay this coming season compared to last. See more on the Spurs amid the latest from the Southwest Division:

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  1. Arthur Hill

    Every move the Rockets make is designed for maximum flexibility next summer. GM Daryl Morey seems ready to make a serious run at Kevin Durant. I think it’s more likely that Terrence Jones gets traded than he gets an extension in Houston.


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