Franchise icon Tony Parker is reportedly gone from San Antonio after reaching a deal with the Charlotte Hornets. Youngster Kyle Anderson appears headed for the exit, too, after reports last night that the Spurs will not be matching the offer sheet he got from the Memphis Grizzlies. As the offseason rumbles on in San Antonio, though, a name from last season's team will be back in the fold, it seems.
According to Sportando, the Spurs and young forward Davis Bertans have agreed to a four-year deal to keep him in San Antonio. Tom Orsborne of the San Antonio Express-News has more on the reported pact:
The Spurs and restricted free agent forward Davis Bertans reportedly have agreed to terms on a new contract.
Citing an anonymous source, Sportando is reporting Monday morning that Bertans is set to sign a four-year, $20 million deal with the Spurs.
Bertans, who turns 26 on Nov. 12, averaged 5.9 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 77 games last season, his second with the Spurs.
The 6-foot-10 Latvian hit 37.3 percent from 3-point range (94 of 252) after shooting 39.9 from long range (69 of 173) as a rookie.
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