According to multiple sources including CBSSports.com, the San Antonio Spurs have released former San Diego State forward Josh Davis and former Providence point guard Bryce Cotton.
The spurs signed Davis to a non-guaranteed training camp deal on August 26.
Davis played in the 2014 NBA Summer League with the Charlotte Hornets. He recorded better numbers than Charlotte's No. 1 pick Noah Vonleh, averaging 8.9 points and 10.1 rebounds per game while getting double-doubles in three of seven games.
Davis played a total of three preseason games with the Spurs. He grabbed three rebounds and passed an assist in six minutes on the court against the Atlanta Hawks. In nine minutes against the Miami Heat, Davis scored 2 points on 1-4 shooting and recorded two rebounds. And in four minutes against the Phoenix Suns, Davis scored two points on 1-1 shooting and he grabbed one board.
No more will Spurs fans mistake Davis for Kawhi Leonard, take pictures with him and giddily post them on social media.