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The San Antonio Spurs have agreed to a contract with free agent guard Brandon Paul, according to a report from ESPN.
Paul is 6-foot-4 and went undrafted in 2013 out of Illinois. He most recently played for Anadolu Efes of Turkey, and had been the Cleveland Cavliers’ leading scorer in the Las Vegas summer league through three games.
Paul is a former Mr. Basketball in Illinois. He has spent time with the Canton Charge of the NBA G-League, as well as playing professionally in Russia.
The Spurs are believed to have offered Paul a training camp contract, but nothing guaranteed beyond that.
Per Pounding The Rock: “Paul averaged 8.6 points on 41.5 percent shooting from 3-point range playing for Anadolu Efes Istanbul in the Euroleague last season.”