(Austin Daye) He credits his new agent, Todd Ramasar, with getting him to the Spurs, who could be a good fit.
The Spurs’ system needs shooters and that is a talent the 6-foot-11 Daye possesses. He looks at how the Spurs have turned swingman Danny Green into a useful NBA player.
“Look at what happened to Danny,” Daye said. “He wasn’t playing at all in Cleveland, never sniffed the floor when he was there.
“He came into this system and the system really helps players like that. It helps players with perhaps a special skill-set or maybe even one skill-set.”
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