After word came out early this morning that the San Antonio Spurs and Boris Diaw had agreed upon a new two year deal, Yahoo Sports!’ Johhny Ludden is reporting that the Spurs have reached a three-year agreement with Tim Duncan and a new deal with Patty Mills.
Ludden states that Duncan’s new deal will be similar to Kevin Garnett’s 36-million dollar deal over in Boston, and there isn’t any details on Mills’ new deal at the moment.
Ludden also wrote that the Spurs intend to bring in French guard Nando De Colo as Project Spurs has been reporting over the last three weeks.
With Duncan and Mills back on board with Diaw and Danny Green, the Spurs have managed to bring back every core player from last season.
With James Anderson being the only player who probably won’t return and De Colo taking his slot, the Spurs will have one extra spot on their bench to put the team at 15-players.
Could that last piece be one free agent out on the market? Or will disgruntled forward DeJuan Blair be traded in the future? Only time will tell.