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Spurs player review: Doug McDermott was solid, but not impactful

Being a veteran on a young team can be a thankless job. The fan base would prefer to see a younger player getting minutes, while the coaching staff will likely expect mistake-free performances and leadership. It’s not for everyone, even though it can be lucrative. Doug McDermott was up...
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San Antonio Spurs’ star Doug McDermott buys former home of LBJ’s grandson

San Antonio Spurs forward Doug McDermott bought a Terrell Hills home that once belonged to President ​​Lyndon B. Johnson’s grandson. The four-bedroom, 4,127-square-foot Mediterranean-style house was listed for about $1.89 million, according to the San Antonio Express News. The home, which he purchased in August, includes a game area on the second floor, smart house technology, high-end lighting and a primary bedroom suite with a walk-in rain shower.
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Was the Spurs' Signing of Doug McDermott the Right Call?

In one of the more understated offseason moves, the San Antonio Spurs added veteran sharpshooter Doug McDermott to the roster on a three-year, $40 million contract. That’s a lot of cheddar, but for fans of 28 NBA teams, the move went under the radar and might have been forgotten about altogether. Only Pacers fans (McDermott’s former team) and Spurs fans were in the know.
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Spurs' Doug McDermott: Out for play-in game

McDermott (ankle) remains out for Wednesday's play-in game against New Orleans. The Spurs had previously ruled McDermott out through the end of the regular season, but he appears to still be recovering from the sprained right ankle that's sidelined him since March 14. At this juncture, it's unclear how close he may be to returning to game action.

Spurs' Doug McDermott out for the rest of the season

Spurs forward Doug McDermott will miss the remainder of the season because of a Grade 3 ankle sprain, tweets Jeff McDonald of The San Antonio Express-News. McDermott left Saturday’s game against the Pacers after rolling the ankle in the first quarter. He was ruled out for Monday’s game before the team decided to have him sit out the rest of the season.

Doug McDermott expected to miss remainder of season with ankle sprain, Spurs announce

SAN ANTONIO — Doug McDermott is expected to miss the remainder of the 2021-22 season with an ankle sprain, the Spurs announced on Wednesday. The veteran sharpshooter suffered a Grade 3 sprain of his right ankle in a loss to the Pacers. He averaged 11 points per game and shot 42% from three in his first year in San Antonio, starting in all 51 of the games that he appeared in.

Spurs lose Doug McDermott for remainder of season

The Spurs will be without starting forward Doug McDermott for the rest of the season, the team announced Wednesday. McDermott suffered a Grade 3 right ankle sprain early in Saturday’s loss to Indiana after he landing awkwardly on the foot of the Pacers’ Oshae Brissett after attempting a 3-pointer.

Doug McDermott to miss rest of season

Matthew Tynan: Spurs are saying Doug McDermott has a Grade 3 ankle sprain and is expected to miss the remainder of the regular season. Sean McDermott- 13 points (5-6 shooting) Hustle shot 62% from field and 43% from deep – 8:53 PM. Joe Mullinax @sbnGrizzlies. Sean McDermott wasting no...
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Spurs' Doug McDermott: Expected out for regular season

McDermott's ankle sprain has been diagnosed Grade 3, and he's expected to sit out the rest of the regular season, independent NBA writer Matthew Tynan reports. Assuming the timeline holds, McDermott will conclude his debut season with the Spurs averaging 11.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 24.0 minutes. He, as usual, shot well from distance, drilling a career-high 2.1 threes per game at 42.2 percent. In McDermott's absence, coach Gregg Popovich figures to hand more minutes to Josh Richardson, Lonnie Walker, Keita Bates-Diop (back) and Romeo Langford (hamstring). The Spurs are only two games back from the 10-seeded Pelicans, so it's still possible they make the play-in games and McDermott comes back.

San Antonio Spurs’ Doug McDermott likely headed back to injured list

The Spurs walked into the AT&T Center with nine players available for Saturday’s game against Indiana. The limped out after a 119-108 defeat with even fewer healthy bodies. Doug McDermott sprained his right ankle 3:20 into the contest after landing on the Pacers’ Oshae Brissett after trying a 3-pointer.