Which means that San Antonio loses two veterans in a single weekend.
When the Memphis Grizzlies offered Kyle Anderson a four year $37M deal on Friday, the Spurs had some time to decide whether to match and keep their restricted free agent, or let him go to their division rival. They decided on the latter:
Spurs are declining to match Kyle Anderson’s four-year, $37M offer sheet with Memphis, league sources tell ESPN. Anderson will likely become Grizzlies starting small forward.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 9, 2018
So, after starting more games in 2017-18 than he had in the previous three seasons combined, the unique small forward born Spur leaves the team for his first real NBA payday. All the best to you and yours Kyle, it was a pleasure to watch your Slowmo game develop. Keep pounding that rock.
Source: Pounding The Rock