San Antonio Spurs Rumors

What 29 offseason rumors from every team mean for Spurs

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Collin Sexton is Still a Free Agent

I wouldn’t expect the Spurs to sign Collin Sexton, but he is also still a free agent. Even if he doesn’t join San Antonio, adding another talented guard to a loaded Western Conference (Murray, Paul, Curry, Doncic, Lillard, Murray, Morant, Gilgeous-Alexander, Mitchell, Fox) would be a doozy and might result in the Spurs having an extra loss this season. 

The Dallas Mavericks Added Christain Wood

This is not a rumor. The Mavs already added a mobile big who can score from pretty much anywhere. Poeltl is a good defender and Murray is a great defender, but unless Sochan is NBA-ready from day one, I think Dallas has too many weapons for the Spurs to stand a chance. 

The Denver Nuggets are Healthy Again

Not a move or a rumor but a statement of fact. Between the best center in the league and Jamal Murray and Micheal Porter Jr returning, the Nuggets should win the Western Conference and leave the Spurs in the dust. 

The Detroit Pistons Need Shooting and Might Get in the Way

The Pistons have been tied to rumors involving Miles Bridges and Deandre Ayton, which would be an obstacle to the Spurs acquiring either of those guys. Both would help the Spurs, but the Pistons are one of the few teams who can shell out cash. The cash might help the Spurs, though.

The Pistons' bench was one of the worst in the league, and they have the money to take on Doug McDermott’s contract if they feel so inclined. 

The Golden State Warriors Aren’t Going Anywhere

Just like the Denver Nuggets, the Warriors should only get better. They won’t add any big names, but they will be a pain as the Spurs try to make the playoffs. No moves from Golden State is bad news, because that means they are happy where they are. The Spurs could poach Gary Payton II, but not having him won’t hurt their title aspirations. 

The Houston Rockets Drafted Right 

It’s no secret that the Houston Rockets wanted Cade Cunningham and Paolo Banchero, but Jalen Green and Jabari Smith are not bad consolation packages. With one of the youngest teams in the league, finally getting rid of John Wall will be a blessing, and this young team might be nipping at the top dogs’ heels in the West, surprising everyone. 

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