Spurs Trade Talk
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How San Antonio can retain value and still get to a 15-man roster
San Antonio adds a much needed veteran point guard, but will have tough decisions to make with roster cuts.
The Spurs have been rumored to be a potential destination for Lillard, but does it make sense for them to try to land the star guard?
Lamar Stevens and Cedi Osman provide defensive edge to the Spurs frontcourt.
The trade deadline is almost here and the Spurs could be major players if they want to. Here’s everything you need to know.
The Spurs are adding some depth at backup center.
The first big move leading up to the trade deadline has been made, but Irving’s situation is too unique to reveal how the market will behave.
The Spurs are the only team left with ample cap room, which makes them the perfect third party to involve in any big trade.
The Spurs are making it hard to acquire their starting center, with an asking price that very few teams would be willing or able to meet.
According to Woj, the Spurs are very high on Poeltl and would love to potentially pair him with Victor Wembanyama.
The Spurs need another PG, a leader, and a morale boost. Patty Mills brings all of those without hurting the end goal.
The Spurs have what it takes to trade for and waive Westbrook, but what’s in it for them?
The Spurs move in another direction...
As more teams become interested, the Spurs have increased their asking price.
The Spurs are doing their job by fielding calls about their All-Star guard, but a trade seems unlikely.
The Spurs should have plenty of financial and roster flexibility moving forward.
With their moves before the deadline, the Spurs made the tough decision to rebuild instead of trying to retool around a likable but limited young core.
The front office seems to be exploring all options but for now they are only making small, safe moves, which is boring but also the right thing to do at this stage of the rebuild.
The Spurs will also receive a second round pick from the Jazz.
The Suns and Timberwolves have been listed as teams the Spurs have been in touch with for their veteran PF.
Toronto and Chicago could be targeting the Spurs’ starting center in a trade, but do they have the assets required to pry him away?
The first domino of trade season has fallen for the Spurs.
Starting Dec. 15, all Spurs will be eligible to be traded. Will they make any moves between now and the deadline?
After recently joining the Spurs via the DeMar DeRozan trade, veteran forward Thaddeus Young is already garnering interest from opposing teams.