Report: Cotton, Durand Scott to play with Spurs at Summer League

Saturday afternoon a report surfaced stating the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs were trying to sign Providence undrafted point guard Bryce Cotton.

The initial report didn’t clarify if Cotton was in discussions for a full NBA season contract, or just a “Summer Contract,” where a player would join an NBA team for training camp and work to make the roster, but if that player didn’t, they would be let go, and not affect the teams salary.

It seems there is now clarification, as Kevin McNamara of the ProvidenceJournal.com is reporting Cotton will be participating with the Spurs at the Las Vegas Summer League in July (H/T pcbb1917.com).

Through his Twitter account, McNamara also reported that Durand Scott will join the Spurs’ Summer League team as well.

Though no official Summer League rosters have been released from the Spurs, the reported lineup will thus far will include:

Kyle Anderson (Spurs’ 2014 First Round draft pick), Marcus Denmon, Deshaun Thomas, Melvin Ejim, Darington Hobson, Bryce Cotton, and Durand Scott.

Paul Garcia

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