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How have the San Antonio Spurs fared this offseason?

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Noah Magaro-George and Matthew Tynan explore the moves PATFO have made within the first week of the free agency period.

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The NBA free agency period only opened a few days ago, and the Spurs have already been working on reshaping their roster. From the departure of Patty Mills, Rudy Gay, and DeMar DeRozan to the prompt signings of Doug McDermott, Zach Collins, and Jock Landale, San Antonio appears positioned to head in a new direction.

Despite missing out on their rumored primary target John Collins, who re-signed with the Atlanta Hawks, PATFO have added a plethora of shooting, size, and positional versatility to a team that was notably lacking in those areas last season. The Silver and Black probably won’t contend for a title in 2022, but they should remain competitive.

Independent writer Matthew Tynan, formerly of The Atheltic, joins me on this edition of the Alamo City Limits Podcast to discuss what these moves could mean for San Antonio as they prepare to hand the reigns over to their young core. And how could this offseason shape the next generation of Spurs basketball?