Spurs worked out Memphis’ Elliott Williams


The busy summer continues as the San Antonio Spurs continue to look for new talent to add to the team.

According to Draft Express, the Spurs worked out Elliot Williams from Memphis. Williams is a 6’4″ shooting guard who averaged 17.9 points, 3.8 assists, shot 45.9% from the field and 36.6% from the three-point line.

Currently, he is projected to be drafted late in the first-round which would fall right where the Spurs are picking at number 20.

However, during his workout, Williams injured his knee and is not in Chicago for the NBA Combine.

Elliot Williams is not in Chicago at all after suffering a minor knee injury this week. His coach at Memphis, Josh Pastner, told us via text that “he is OK” and that the injury is “nothing serious.” 

Williams’ agent, Thad Foucher told us that “”Elliot banged knees with another player in a workout in San Antonio and stayed in L.A. to rehab. It’s nothing too serious and he should be back in action by the end of the month.”