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Baynes on the block?

Coming off of a dominant FIBA World Cup campaign, Australian centre, Aron Baynes is still without a basketball home for the 2014-15 season.

He’s the only remaining member of the NBA Champion Spurs to not resign. 74 more words

Gustavo Ayon spurns minimum offers to play in NBA, reaches deal with Real Madrid

Gustavo Ayon wanted to stay in the NBA, but in the end this is a business and he made the business decision.

Ayon was trying to find his space on the Hawks last season when shoulder surgery shut him down for the year in February. 248 more words

Spurs

Curry finds his shot as U.S. routs Mexico 86-63


VIDEO: Recap: U.S. vs. Mexico

BARCELONA, SPAIN — Steph Curry was waiting for his shot to start falling in the FIBA World Cup.

Not anymore. 941 more words

Sekou Smith

Full time: Aussies make it three straight

Australia 70 d. Mexico 62

It wasn’t pretty but Australia got the win. The Boomers started slow but broke the game open in the third quarter on the back of back to back Ryan Broekhoff threes. 783 more words

Report: Spurs working out free agent big man Earl Clark

Earl Clark had his best professional season as a member of the Lakers in 2013, and while his averages of 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds may not seem all that exciting, he regularly exceeded those numbers in his 36 appearances in the team’s starting lineup. 265 more words

Miami Heat

FIBA Word Cup Day 4 roundup: Australia picks up big win over Lithuania

The FIBA World Cup rolls on in Spain, with the USA back in action. Because you have a job and can’t spend the day watching international basketball games — at least not all day, the boss keeps walking by so you have to hide the stream — here is a recap for you. 392 more words

San Antonio Spurs