Saturday, December 29, 2007

Langford makes a Pro Roster

Spurs Sign Keith Langford

NEW YORK, NY, Dec. 28, 2007: The San Antonio Spurs today signed Keith Langford who had been playing with the team?s NBA Development League affiliate Austin Toros.

In nine games with the D-League team this season the 6-4 guard was averaging 23.2 points while shooting .530 from the field. He also grabbed 6.3 rebounds and dished out 3.4 assists per game.

Langford, who played four years at Kansas, had one other stint in the D-League, with Fort Worth in 2005-06. In 46 regular season games he averaged 11.5 points, and in two postseason games he scored 25 points a game and grabbed six rebounds as the Flyers were defeated in the Finals by the Albuquerque Thunderbirds.

Langford is the second player in the past two days that the Spurs have signed from the Toros. On Dec. 26 the defending NBA champs acquired forward Marcus Williams, a former second-round selection by the Spurs in the 2007 NBA Draft. Williams also played nine games with the Toros and was averaging 18.1 points per game.


  1. LOL, wouldn't it have to be the Spurs? Enjoy, Deron.

  2. He actually scored in a game against Memphis (must have been a blowout, right, Scott?) off an assist from Jacque Vaughn.

    It's great that he's actually getting some playing time, but it seems too much to ask that he would stay on that roster. Ahead of him on the depth chart at guard/swingman would be: Parker, Ginobili, Bowen, Vaughn, Finley, Barry -- those are just the ones that come immediately to mind. But he's a fierce competitor, which Popovich should like.