3 Players who may have played their last game with San Antonio Spurs

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SAN ANTONIO, TX – JANUARY 2: DeMar DeRozan #10 of the San Antonio Spurs and Bryn Forbes #11 react after a Oklahoma City Thunder basket.

We’re still not sure if the NBA season is over, but if it is we may have seen the last of these three players in a San Antonio Spurs uniform.

The world of sports as we know it has come to a screeching halt. Every major sports league in the United States has suspended or pushed back its season, the Olympics have been postponed, and I’ve spent countless hours diving down YouTube rabbit holes to get my San Antonio Spurs fix.

If the NBA does elect to pick the season back up it’s unclear how they will go about resuming play. The league could decide to play out the remainder of the regular season, get creative with how they start the playoffs or jump directly into postseason play using the standings as they are today.

If they decide to go with the final option, we will have seen the last of the San Antonio Spurs in the 2019-20 season. The record-tying streak of playoff appearances will be broken and we will have to look to 2021 to start a new streak. The ending of the season could also mean that we will have seen some members of the team play their final games in the silver and black.

San Antonio will have quite a few important roster decisions to make this summer. They’ve got one huge question mark surrounding DeMar DeRozan, and smaller but still important decisions to be made regarding the future of some of their role players.

They still have time to figure all the details out but these three players may have seen their last days in the Alamo City.

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