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The San Antonio Spurs have the best chance of any NBA team to upset the Golden State Warriors in the playoffs. Getty

The San Antonio Spurs just added a former Celtic and a former Net in their roster over the weekend.

While the basketball world is still buzzing about the Kawhi Leonard and Paul George team-up now about to emerge in Los Angeles, the San Antonio Spurs seemed to have been busy as well as the team added Marcus Morris and DeMarre Carroll over the weekend.

Morris, a former Celtics key player, is reportedly headed to the West and about to officially become part of the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs and Morris agreed on a two-year contract amounting to $20 million, sources informed Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Morris did put up good numbers for the Boston Celtics last season as he averaged almost 14 points per game to go along with 6.1 rebounds in 27.9 minutes of playing time.

Aside from the Lakers, the Knicks, Bulls, Clippers and Kings are among the teams who have been reportedly interested in signing the 6-foot-9 forward this off-season.

Along with Morris, the Spurs have also signed another role player over the weekend. Nets forward Carroll is reportedly set to sign a two-year deal worth $13 million with the Spurs, according to Sporting News.

However, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski learned from Carroll’s agent, Mark Bartelstein, that the latter managed to get the contract extended it to a three-year, $21 million deal instead. The Spurs had to move forward Davis Bertans to Washington to free up some space for Carroll’s new contract and get the deal done.

Carroll, averaged 9.1 points per game in his career and spent the past two seasons with the Brooklyn Nets. After officially signing with the Spurs, the former Nets forward made San Antonio Spurs his seventh team since being selected 27th overall pick by the Memphis Grizzlies in the 2009 draft.

It was reported that Carroll met with the Spurs earlier this week, and the 32-year-old forward admitted he was amazed by the team’s staff.

As for Morris, just yesterday, the ex-Celtic shut down rumors of him being interested in playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, a team who is definitely looking for fill-ins now that they have missed out on Leonard.

During the 2018-19 playoffs, the Spurs was able to extend their first round series to Game 7 but eventually fell short against the Denver Nuggets. From the looks of how things are going, the Spurs appear to be starting to recuperate their roster with the addition of Morris and Carroll.

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Lebron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers drives to the basket past Marcus Morris #13 of the Boston Celtics during the first quarter of a game at TD Garden on Feb. 11, 2018 in Boston. Adam Glanzman/Getty Images