Reggie Williams's 10-day contract has expired and the Spurs have decided to sign him for the rest of the season, according to Real GM's Shams Charania.
It comes as a surprise, since Williams appeared in just three games and played a total 11 minutes with the Spurs, as there was no room for him in the rotation with everyone healthy. Two 10-day contracts is the maximum a team can sign a player before having to decide to let him go or sign him for the season and the 28-year-old swingman must have done something during practice to impress the front office.
Williams averaged 16.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists in 32 minutes a game in the D-League this season.
The Spurs' roster now stands at 15, the maximum allowable. That means the Spurs can't add anyone who gets waived or sign another player to a 10-day contract. This is, in all likelihood, the roster they will have in the playoffs.