Spurs Trade Talk
Who is being traded? Was that a rumor? Find out inside.
After recently joining the Spurs via the DeMar DeRozan trade, veteran forward Thaddeus Young is already garnering interest from opposing teams.
The Spurs are now over the roster limit, so clearly they aren’t done yet.
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.
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?
This sort of rumor comes up every year, so is there much to it?
Is Simmons a piece that can help the Spurs move up?
The Spurs have made their first trade deadline move since 2014.
The Spurs have some of the best assets available to potential suitors, but do they even care?
The question is are they worth it for the Spurs to pull the trigger?
The Spurs and Aldridge have decided to part ways. Now it’s time to find the right deal for the big man. Here are some options.
The big man could help some teams, but it’s unlikely anyone gives much real value to pry him away from San Antonio.
The Spurs seem finally ready to pick a direction and take risks to rebuild their roster, which is a welcomed development.
The high volume of Spurs trade rumors means something is up.
San Antonio could be looking to move up in the 2020 NBA Draft, but is Golden State a realistic destination for LaMarcus Aldridge?
The Spurs won’t likely get the Greek Freak, but their disposable assets and ample 2021 cap room should at least put them in a position to try.
The two high-scoring shooting guards are rumored to be on the market and the Spurs could use an infusion of veteran talent. But does a trade for either make sense?
With the trade deadline approaching, here’s where the Spurs stand.
Unfortunately they couldn’t get a deal done before the deadline.
With some teams below them in the standings either punting the season or striking out and most above them not getting better, the Spurs quiet deadline leaves them well positioned for the final stretch.
A guide to understanding where San Antonio stands.
The Spurs, like every other team in the league, should inquire about Davis, but it’s highly unlikely they actually deal for him. Thanks.
If this is real, what would it take for the Spurs to acquire another Latvian?
Most players who signed this summer can now be moved, but don’t expect the Spurs to make a deal.
With some big names hitting the rumor mill, San Antonio’s course should be clear.
Whenever Cleveland is ready to have a fire sale, the Spurs should make some calls.