San Antonio Spurs guard David Wingate, who faces six counts of second-degree rape, sexual contact and assault and battery for allegedly attacking two women, will not be offered a new contract for this season, the team announced Friday.

"I suspect that David's primary energies will be spent in his own defense against the very serious allegations. At the same time, the Spurs must go full speed ahead in getting ready for our training camp beginning Oct. 5," Spurs owner Red McCombs said in a one-page statement released by the team office. "At this time there are no plans for David being a part of our team."