The Spurs signed former All-Star forward Glenn Robinson to a free-agent contract for the rest of the season. Terms of the contract, announced late Monday, were not released.
The hope is that Robinson, a proven scorer in 10 NBA seasons, will provide some offense for a team that at times has struggled to score since star forward Tim Duncan and swingman Devin Brown got hurt in late March.
Robinson, who hasn't played in more than a year due to injuries, was cut by New Orleans in early March, a week after he was acquired from Philadelphia.
The 6-foot-7 Robinson said going to the Spurs gives him a chance to resurrect his flagging career and contend for a title.