The San Antonio Spurs certainly have an abundance of guards currently on the roster with Tony Parker, Cory Joseph, Patty Mills, Nando De Colo, and Marcus Denmon to name a few. So perhaps the last thing the Spurs need to do is look for another guard, right?
According to Sportando, San Antonio is interested in guard Bo McCalebb and have recently offered to buyout his contract with Montepaschi Siena in Italy. However, according to the report, the buyout offer was rejected by Siena.
McCalebb has an out clause at the end of the upcoming season and is drawing interest from other Euroleague teams such as Fenerbahce who can offer more towards a buyout than the Spurs can.
Bo (5’10”, 180 pounds) averaged 16.9 points, 1.3 steals, 2.6 assists, 2.2 rebounds, and shot 63% from the field in 27.4 minutes in 17 games for Siena last season.
As mentioned above, San Antonio has plenty of guards who can be on the roster next season so why the team would be looking at yet another guard is interesting if the report is true.
Many fans feel the team should be targeting big men, however, the team is in a financial pinch after the recent signings of Tim Duncan, Mills, De Colo, Boris Diaw, and Danny Green so acquiring a top-tier free agent big man is out difficult which makes McCalebb affordable.
What do you think Spurs fans? What do you have to say about the report San Antonio is after another guard?