Originally Posted by JuanCaca
....you guys think theres enough time to train baynes to be useful 10 - 15 min a game during PO?
Oh yeah, IMO. He logged almost 18 mins and was the games top rebounder with 9 (3 offensive), had 7 points, 1 block and 4 personal fouls and Pop even had some good words about him after the game. Granted, this game was against Charlotte but its still a proving ground for a 'rookie', per se, but I think the Spurs made a good choice in signing him. They can get
10-15 mins or more out of him in the PO, but
will he squeeze into Pop's standard 7-8 man rotation in the POs remains to be seen.