4 Dream trade deadline targets for Spurs (and what they'd cost)

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3. Tyus Jones

With the Wizards making Tyus Jones available for trade, this is a player that San Antonio should've jumped on from the moment he was put on the block. He's second in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio and is currently averaging 6.3 assists on the year. The older of the Jones brothers is only 27 and is being made available for multiple second-round picks.

While Jones has been made available, the Wizards won't be willing to let him go easily, as they have declined an offer of four second-round picks from the Minnesota Timberwolves. San Antonio currently holds 19 second-round picks, with six of them being their own and the rest coming from several other teams. This means the rest of the picks will translate regardless of where they end up.

Tyus to SA

At the last trade deadline, the Spurs acquired Devonte Graham and four second-round picks for Josh Richardson. To get Tyus in the silver and black, the Spurs sent away the exact offer they received to bring in Jones. Who will mentor his younger brother Tre and provide true facilitation and a much more consistent long-range shooter as he's letting it fly from three and is averaging a career-high three-point percentage of 39.2%

Not only is this an upgrade to add a new starting point guard to the roster, but it also pushes Tre Jones back to the bench, allowing Jones and Keldon Johnson to staff the second unit and providing substantial depth, which desperately needs to be upgraded.