The San Antonio Spurs have reached a deal with free agent guard Marco Belinelli according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
San Antonio has reached agreement on a two-year, approximately $6 million deal with free agent Marco Belinelli, league sources tell Y! (@WojYahooNBA)
Belinelli played last season with the Chicago Bulls and averaged 9.6ppg while shooting 39%FG and 35% from the 3-point line. He filled in nicely as a ball handler with Derrick Rose's absuence due to injury and that will be a plus for the Spurs, who count on Manu Ginobili to handle the ball off the bench as the backup point guard.
His shooting is something San Antonio desperately needs, especially in the Finals where the Spurs fell to the Heat. Belinelli averaged 11.1ppg on 41%FG shooting in two rounds this postseason.