San Antonio Spurs: Ranking 3 Spurs possible offseason departures

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Feb 1, 2020; San Antonio, Texas, USA; San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills (8) celebrates a shot by center Jakob Poeltl (25) in the second half against the Charlotte Hornets at the AT&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports

Which player should the San Antonio Spurs be focused on bringing back?

Since their season wrapped up, a lot of the excitement and coverage around the San Antonio Spurs has been focused on their upcoming high pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

After enduring one of the toughest seasons in recent memory the Spurs will have their highest pick since 1997 in this year’s draft. Selecting 11th, San Antonio will have an excellent opportunity to add a young player to their roster who can help right away.

The draft is going to be a crucial part of the Spurs offseason but it’s not the only way they can add talent. They could create a little wiggle room to make some moves in free agency but their free-agent moves will likely be more confined to just bringing their guys back.

DeMar DeRozan’s player option is the biggest free agency question mark right now but there’s really nothing the Spurs can do to influence his decision on that. No matter what he does they’re still going to have to make some crucial decisions on who they bring back to fill out their bench.

Here are our rankings of the San Antonio Spurs free agents and why the Spurs should or shouldn’t consider bringing them back.

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