In The Bonus
A lot of players appear to be on the block, but it doesn’t seem like there are any realistic targets out there for the Spurs.
Can the Spurs keep running and making enough shots to keep topping the league in pace and assists all season long?
After weeks of rumors about trades involving some huge names, some deals have been completed while others are on ice. The PtR staff discusses if there will be some more big moves soon.
With the release of the team’s schedule, the PtR staff predicts how the season will start for the Spurs, what the most exciting games of the season will be, and how the crowd will receive Dejounte Murray when he returns to San Antonio.
The young forward has inked a lucrative deal to stay in San Antonio long-term. Here’s what he’ll have to do to live up to his new contract.
Most of the big names are off the market and only a few big moves are in the horizon, so it’s time to take a look at the good, the bad, and the unexpected that the 2022 offseason has had to offer.
The Spurs might not have made the playoffs, but they are still well represented in the biggest stage.
The table is set for what could be a fascinating conference finals between established, battle testes squads and some hungry up-and-comers.
Award season is here and the PtR staff takes a look at who should get MVP, Coach of the Year, and Most Improved Player.
The Spurs could make the postseason sooner than anticipated, but that doesn’t mean they should speed up their rebuild.
Heading into a crucial matchup against the Pelicans, the Spurs are still in the play-in race. But in recent weeks the team has focused on the big picture instead, which makes sense.
It’s been 10 games since the trade that transformed the 2022 Spurs. Here’s how the starting lineup and second unit are doing now.
No Spurs will participate on Saturday’s events, so let’s figure out who’d come out on top if the team held its own version of dunk contest, skill challenge and three-point shooting contest.
Murray eventually got the nod, but he had to wait for it. Were fans, media and players wrong to leave him out originally?
The Spurs would have probably been better this season if they had kept some of their veterans, but it wouldn’t have been a smart decision for the future.
The Spurs did right by their guy while also securing a decent haul for a player that had no future on the team.
If Joe Johnson can return to the league, why can’t Stephen Jackson or Boris Diaw? The PtR staff looks through former Spurs, obscure and famous, to find the most fun options to take a roster spot for a few days.
Murray has taken a leap and he’s making sure the rest of the league notices, one triple double at a time.
Will the Spurs make a move soon? Is the Ben Simmons saga coming to an end? Is it healthy to be invested in trade rumors? The PtR staff tries to answer the important questions about the start of trade season.
The Spurs could benefit from finishing with one of the worst records in the league, but rooting for that to happen would make the season impossible to enjoy.
The Spurs have the record of a bottom-dweller but the point differential of a decent team. Which number should fans trust?
Media Day is gone and preseason is right around the corner. Let’s look at what we now know about the new Spurs and what we will find out in the next few weeks.
The most hectic stretch of the offseason is over, but San Antonio still has to trim down its roster and start thinking about a rotation that makes sense.