Bonner announced his retirement from professional basketball Friday, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Bonner's 10-year tenure with the Spurs came to an end this past offseason, and after failing to catch on with another team over the summer and the first few months of the 2016-17 campaign, he decided to call it a career. The 36-year-old, who spent his first two seasons in the league with the Raptors, was a 41.4 percent shooter from three-point range over 12 NBA seasons and won two NBA championships during his time with the Spurs. He'll remain with the Spurs organization in a broadcasting role as he transitions to a new line of work.
Bonner (coach's decision) was inactive for Sunday's 111-97 Game 4 win over the Thunder.
With the Spurs at full health during this postseason, Bonner has been relegated to one of the two inactive spots on the roster. He's failed to appear in any of the Spurs' eight playoff games.
Bonner scored six points (2-6 FG, 2-4 3Pt) in Wednesday's regular season finale against the Mavericks.
With a number of regulars resting, Bonner drew the start at power forward and played his second-highest minutes total of the season. Expect Bonner to shift back to a deep bench role once the postseason begins.
Bonner will start in Wednesday's game against the Mavericks, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Bonner hasn't played much at all this season but with the Spurs resting most of their starters prior to the playoffs beginning he's getting a chance to start. Look for Bonner to get a large minutes increase before resuming his normal role once the playoffs begin.
Bonner is active for Saturday's game against the Kings, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Bonner was active Wednesday but did not take the floor. However, with LaMarcus Aldridge (migraine) and Tim Duncan (rest) sidelined, Bonner could be primed to see his first minutes since February on Saturday.
Bonner (calf) will play in Wednesday's game against the Pistons, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
This is the first game of the last ten that Bonner will be available for. It is unclear if he'll get any time, however. He was averaging just 5.7 minutes per game before the injury, so he shouldn't be expected to see any significant minutes total.
Bonner (calf) is probable for Wednesday's game against the Pistons.
Bonner will look to return to the court on Wednesday night after missing the last nine straight contests due to a strained left calf. If Bonner is cleared to participate, he isn't a likely candidate to see major minutes as he is averaging a career-low six minutes a game this season. Look for an official decision to come after the team's shootaround on Wednesday morning.
Bonner (calf) participated in Tuesday's workout, but his status for Wednesday's game against the Pistons remains unclear, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Bonner has missed nine consecutive games due to a strained left calf, and it could keep him out again Wednesday, as Tuesday marked his first day back on the court with the team. Even if Bonner is cleared to play Wednesday, don't expect him to receive much more than the 5.7 minutes he's averaging for the season.
Bonner (calf) will not play Saturday against the Rockets.
Bonner's strained left calf continues to keep him out of another contest, and Saturday will be the ninth consecutive absence for the center. Bonner has averaged six minutes in 20 game this season, so his injury doesn't come as much of a loss for the Spurs. The next time Bonner could see the floor is Wednesday against the Pistons.
Bonner (calf) won't play Thursday against the Jazz.
Bonner continues to be hampered by a strained left calf, and Thursday will mark his eighth consecutive absence. The veteran should be considered questionable on a game-to-game basis until the Spurs say otherwise.
Bonner (calf) remains out for Wednesday's game against the Kings, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Bonner continues to nurse a strained left calf and the Spurs appear content to evaluate him on a game-to-game basis. The veteran is only a fringe rotation player, so he's not of much use in most fantasy formats.
Bonner (left calf strain) remains out for Sunday's game against the Suns.
Even when healthy, Bonner is not much of a fantasy option, as he serves as frontcourt depth and shooting deep off the Spurs bench. His next chance to return will be Wednesday in Sacramento.
Bonner (calf) will not play against the Lakers on Friday.
A left calf strain will keep Bonner out of action for the second straight night as the Spurs conclude a back-to-back set in Los Angeles. Bonner has appeared in only 20 games on the season, averaging fewer than six minutes per game.
Bonner (calf) has been ruled out for the Spurs game against the Clippers on Thursday.
Despite having the All-Star break to heal, the 35-year-old will miss his fourth game in a row with the ailment. Bonner's absence will not alter the Spurs' rotation all that much, however, as he has only averaged 5.7 minutes per game this season. His next chance to return comes on Friday against the Lakers.
Bonner (calf) remains out Wednesday versus the Magic.
This will be Bonner's third missed game in a row due to the calf injury. This doesn't change much in terms of fantasy value, as he has only appeared in 20 games this season when he has been healthy. His next opportunity to return will be February 18 against the Clippers.
Bonner (calf) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Heat.
The Red Rocket will be sidelined for a second straight game due to the injury, but his absence should go largely unnoticed in the fantasy landscape. Bonner has appeared in just 20 games this season, playing an average of 5.7 minutes.
Bonner (calf) will not play Saturday against the Lakers, the San Antonio Express-News' Jeff McDonald reports.
The three oldest players on the Spurs -- Bonner, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili -- are all out against the anemic Lakers. Look for LaMarcus Aldridge, David West and Boris Diaw to start out handling most of the frontcourt minutes, with Boban Marjanovic getting some run if things get out of hand, which seems likely. Bonner's next chance to return will be Tuesday in Miami.
Bonner is questionable for the Spurs matchup with the Lakers Saturday due to a left calf strain, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Even if Bonner can go, it is doubtful he will find himself in the team's rotation Saturday. He did play four minutes Friday, providing seven points, one rebound, one assist, and one triple in four minutes of action. It was his biggest workload since playing 11 minutes Jan. 11 against the Suns.
Bonner (coach's decision) was inactive for Monday's 120-90 loss to the Warriors.
Bonner was joined on the inactive list by the injured Tim Duncan (knee) for Monday's game, suggesting that Bonner ranks as the 15th man on the team's roster. The veteran big man has appeared in just 18 of the Spurs' 45 games on the campaign.
Bonner recorded 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-3 3Pt) and five rebounds across 18 minutes in Monday's 118-81 win over the Jazz.
The Spurs rolled to a 37-point victory, opening up ample playing time for Bonner in the second half. The Red Rocket has benefited from seeing plenty of action off the bench with the Spurs regularly blowing out opponents in recent weeks, but that won't last forever.
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