11:06 PM EDT, Thu July 30, 2015
Spurs Nation | San Antonio Express-News Jul 13, 2015
As the Spurs went all-in after LaMarcus Aldridge this summer, it left role players like Marco Belinelli open to be poached by other teams.
Sactown Royalty Jul 13, 2015
Marco Belinelli arrived in Sacramento Sunday and spoke to Sactown Royalty for a few minutes about joining the Kings. Marco Belinelli and the Sacramento Kings agreed to a reported three-year, $19 million deal earlier this month. The 6'5'' shooting guard/small forward, who spent the last two seasons with the San Antonio Spurs arrived in Sacramento on Sunday. After stepping off the plane at Sacramento International Airport, Belinelli said he's excited to join the Kings. He's going to wear the No. 3 again this season because he won a championship and the three-point contest with that number...
Pounding The Rock Jul 5, 2015
Mike Monroe (San Antonio Express-News) reported the news that Cory Joseph in now free to choose where he plays next season. Per league source, #Spurs have withdrawn qualifying offer to @Cory_Joe making him unrestricted FA — Mike Monroe (@Monroe_SA) July 5, 2015 The 23-year old point guard is sure to get a lucrative contract offer from some team that needs a solid back-up point guard and will probably be moving on after four years as a Spur. The Spurs already saw Aron Baynes and Marco Belinelli sign monetarily healthy deals with the Pistons and Kings, respectively. This is part of...
NetsDaily Jul 4, 2015
The only way for the Nets to avoid paying luxury and repeater taxes a year from now is to find a way to dump one or both of the $20 million plus backcourt mates, Deron Williams and Joe Johnson. On Thursday night and Friday morning, there was some speculation in Sacramento that the Kings, with $22.2 million in cap space, might be willing to talk about a D-Will trade if they failed to get Rajon Rondo. Well, they did for $10 million over one year and signed Marco Belinelli as well for another $6 million, the first year of a three-year, $18 million deal. So Tim Bontemps has come up with a new...
Spurs Nation | San Antonio Express-News Jul 3, 2015
A day after backup center Aron Baynes agreed to a new contract with Detroit, reserve guard Marco Belinelli has reportedly come to terms with Sacramento on a three-year deal worth $19 million.
Pounding The Rock Jul 3, 2015
Belinelli will get a well-deserved raise. Marco Belinelli has a agreed to a three-year, $19 million contract with the Sacramento Kings, reports ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. Belinelli was always likely to leave, as the Spurs made it a priority to get enough cap space to sign LaMarcus Aldridge instead of bringing back their own free agents. After playing two years for a relatively small salary, Marco was also looking for a big contract, likely the only one he will get in his career. He gets that in Sacramento, where he will get paid in excess of $6 million a year. Belinelli had his best years as...
Rufus on Fire Jun 30, 2015
Free agency hasn't even begun yet, but rumors suggest the Hornets are going after Marco Belinelli. The Charlotte Hornets are wasting no time this year, and might offer their mid-level exception to former San Antonio Spurs sharpshooter Marco Belinelli. Free agency doesn't officially begin until midnight, so an offer is yet to be made. Charlotte's expected to be aggressive with Spurs shooter Marco Belinelli on Day 1 of free agency. Hornets can offer mid-level exception. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 30, 2015 Belinelli had respectable averages of 9.2 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5...
Spurs Nation | San Antonio Express-News Jun 30, 2015
Golden State and Charlotte are reportedly interested in Spurs reserve Marco Belinelli.