Antonio McDyess Signs With Spurs


After losing out on Rasheed Wallace and rumors of Glen Davis coming to Spurs, the Spurs announced the signing of PF/C Antonio McDyess.

The Spurs on Wednesday landed free agent power forward-center
Antonio McDyess, a 6-foot-9 Olympic gold medal winner and veteran of 14
seasons who remains one of the NBA’s premier post players.

Spurs general manager R.C. Buford confirmed the agreement.

Sources close to McDyess said he will sign a three-year contract
with the Spurs, starting at the full, mid-level exception to the NBA’s
salary cap restrictions, $5.845 million.

The third season is believed to be partially guaranteed. McDyess has expressed his desire to play only two more seasons.

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