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Former West Virginia University star basketball player Da'Sean Butler was waived by the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday. The Spurs announced the move on their website.

Butler was signed by the Spurs in March and did not play for the team last season. He was assigned to the Austin Toros of the NBA Development League in time for the final two weeks of the regular season. Butler did not appear in any games for the Toros either.

The NBA lockout helped and hurt Butler. It helped by giving him more time to recover from his injury. It hurt by preventing him from having any access to an NBA training facility. Butler tore his ACL in his final game as a Mountaineer. That injury occurred in the 2010 Final Four.

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