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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 at 9:00 am  |  15 responses

Spurs Ink Keith Bogans

It’s a poor man’s Bruce Bowen, but he’ll have to do for now: “Keith Bogans, the 29-year-old journeyman guard who spent the final 29 games of last season playing with Jefferson in Milwaukee, has agreed to a one-year deal worth the veteran’s minimum of $1.03 million to join the Spurs. Bogans, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, has averaged 7.5 points over a five-year career that includes stints with seven teams. He averaged 5.6 points in 65 games last season, split between the Magic and the Bucks.”

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  • johnmac2147

    1st

  • T Money

    His first duty will be to kick Chris Paul in the nuts.

  • tavoris

    the spurs are quietly stockpiling a VERY deep roster. still my favorites for next year.

  • RickyRude

    Keith is my man. This is why I like the Spurs. They know what they’re doing.

  • T Money

    cosign tavoris and Ricky. The Spurs are pretty stacked.

  • http://slamonline.com YKnot

    Somewhere Joe Forte is wondering why he left college early, and why Bogans is repping Dematha in the League and not him.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    The Spurs will turn him into a specialist of some kind. They are experts at that. Nobody thought Roger Mason was anything special when he played for the Bulls. Few seasons later, Spurs sign him and BAM! Dude becomes one of the clutchest (is that a word?) players in the League.

  • a_whiteman

    the spurs always make something out of nothing, and i wouldnt be surprised if it happened here. Bogans is a solid shooter, and decent defender. I keep telling people watch out for the spurs and i get the same response, too old and their time is done. I guess we will see, easily the deepest team in the west.

  • dhowardmagic

    cosign a_whiteman
    absolutely deepest team in the west
    i still see a san antonio-orlando finals matchup at this point, both teams are just too deep

  • Simmy Sosa

    It’s been real Ime Udoka. Be sure and write us sometime…

  • http://www.in-n-outnba.blogspot.com Lucas

    Why not Rashad McCants? I just don’t get it. McCants would be a great fit, could learn from Ginobli, Jefferson and Finley and become a future starter. No offense but Bogans will always be a bench player, sure what they need now but c’mon what can he do that McCants can’t?

  • JoeMaMa

    Man, just when I thought the Spurs couldn’t get any better, they find a perfect role player to hit key shots and play hard D.
    The only, and I mean ONLY way these guys lose is if they lose one of their big 4 to injuries before/during playoffs.
    YES!!!!

  • albie1kenobi

    I like the spurs and I don’t think they are one of the deepest team in the west. They are just great at assembling rosters with great role players. They are only deep if the big 3 stays healthy (I’m holding judgement on mr high flying chicken voice until he proves he can fill a big role in San antone)

  • al

    The player the Spurs need to complete the team is Thiago Splitter!!! they drafted him a couple years ago, he is a superstar in Europe, a player the level of Scola but 5 years younger.

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    Oh yeah I forgot all about Splitter. Do they even have his rights anymore?

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