The San Antonio Spurs training camp is just days away and the team is rounding out its training camp roster.
Last night, it was reported that Sam Young signed with the Spurs and will likely be in camp and now a report comes out that forward Corey Maggette will also be joining San Antonio's camp.
Corey Maggette will be joining the Spurs for training camp. Great locker room guy, could provide needed scoring, esp. w/ Pop's rest methods.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) September 26, 2013
Maggette is a 6'6", 218 lbs. forward with 14 years experience in the NBA. He was drafted by Seattle but has played with Orlando, LA Clippers, Golden State, Milwaukee, Charlotte, and Detroit.
He has career averages of 16 points, 4.9 rebounds, 82 percent shooting from the free throw line, 45 percent shooting from the field and 2.1 assists.
The Spurs did try to sign Corey years ago but he opted to sign elsewhere.
Should Maggette end up on the roster, he would provide a nice scoring punch and provide veteran experience for the younger players. However, his defense has always been suspect during his 14 seasons in the NBA.
Thoughts Spurs fans?