2021 Free Agency
San Antonio brings back a former Buckeye as they continue reshaping their roster before the season begins.
After recently joining the Spurs via the DeMar DeRozan trade, veteran forward Thaddeus Young is already garnering interest from opposing teams.
It’s so hard to say goodbye.
The structure of Zach Collins’ contract reveals that less than half of the money is guaranteed.
At least one obvious Spurs FA move is being made.
It took a while, but the trade that was announced 8 days ago has been executed.
As a high-minute starter, Forbes was largely a disaster in his first stint in San Antonio, but in a smaller, more suitable role, he could become an asset.
Noah Magaro-George and Matthew Tynan explore the moves PATFO have made within the first week of the free agency period.
Appreciating Patty Mills: one of the Spursiest Spurs of all time.
The latest San Antonio signing is coming from overseas, and even if you’ve never heard of him, don’t be surprised if he catches your eye next season
PATFO sign a familiar face as they continue to fill out their roster via free agency.
The franchise needed to move on from DeRozan, and being able to do so while getting a couple of potentially useful players and some draft capital counts as a success.
San Antonio continues to move on from their veterans amid a bustling free agency period
Another domino falls in free agency as San Antonio’s sixth man heads across conferences.
Trey Lyles and Gorgui Dieng have also signed elsewhere.
San Antonio is gambling on the young, talented big man finally staying healthy, which is risky but could pay off massively.
San Antonio made its second signing of the day by adding the 23-year-old power forward.
The spurs have made the first free agency move of 2021.
The rumor mill is churning.
Diving into the possibilities on the open market for the Silver and Black.
The Spurs will be looking to fill out their front court, but Oubre could be a relatively affordable option.
A recent report has revealed that the Boston Celtics are interested in signing veteran guard Patty Mills.
He will now become a restricted free agent.
DeRozan didn’t say it outright and it’s so early in the offseason that things could change, but it seems like DeMar hinted that he has played his last game in Silver and Black.
This would still require a sign-and-trade on the Lakers’ part, whether it’s with the Spurs or someone else.
Who do the Spurs select at #12? With 50+ million at their disposal who does San Antonio target in free agency? And is this the summer where the front office finally makes some trades?