2020 Free Agency
The roster now stands at 16 players.
After five summers of chaos and drama, 2020 has been surprisingly mellow.
The Spurs kept the same core in place and seem to be banking on internal development instead of making big changes. But is that the right decision?
They still have one more two-way to use.
From undrafted to legit NBA player, a classic Spurs story is moving on.
What does this news mean for the Silver and Black as they continue to navigate the Free Agency market?
The Silver and Black ink their top rim protector to a new deal in their third move of the opening day of free agent negotiations
San Antonio locks down their back-up big man longterm after a solid showing in the NBA Restart
The Spurs won’t likely make any big additions, but they have some tough decisions to make regarding their own free agents.
The wheels of free agency are officially in motion (even if it doesn’t officially start until Friday).
DeRozan is still a Spur...for now.
Opening day, free agency dates, and regular season length are just a few of the many details from the league’s late-night press release.
As we wait for the final cap figures for next season to be revealed, here’s an estimate of what the Spurs could and could not be able to do when free agency starts.
The second-year Spur has been solid for the Silver and Black, but has he earned a premium payday from PATFO?
A December 1 start to the new season is likely gone as well.
If you could go after one player from each playoff team, who would it be?
An increased role and minutes are all he asks for.
LMA is a guaranteed Spur for at least two more seasons.
There’s still some negotiating left to do.
Murray’s new contract could easily turn out to be one of the best in the league.
This is a steal, plain and simple.
Is the ten-year NBA veteran in line for a pay day in San Antonio?