Report: Spurs Agree To Deal With David Lee

The San Antonio Spurs have added another veteran forward. This time, they're signing David Lee. 

Lee won an NBA title with the Warriors in the 2014-15 season, but played sparingly with the Celtics and Mavericks this year. He's gone from a 30-plus minute per game player from 2008-13, to a 16 minute per game player in the last two years. The 33-year-old forward will be a backup for the Spurs. 

It's a $3.2 million deal, with a player option in year two. There's a good chance the Spurs signed him for the veteran minimum, given their cap issues. 

The Spurs did add Pau Gasol to help the front court, but lost several other bigs. David West and Boban Marjanovic joined other teams, and Tim Duncan retired. Lee will provide needed depth. 

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