The San Antonio Spurs' busy offseason has begun to slow down, but it may not be over just yet. Unlike the Spurs of old, each season of late has seen a lot of roster turnover, even during the regular season. During 2021–22, the team traded or waived a total of four players that they started the year with, and last season that number rose to five in-season moves.
That roster volatility raises questions about how many of the players currently under contract for next season will actually finish the year with the Spurs. Of course, San Antonio will need to move on from three players to reach the 15-man roster limit, but there are other players that are at risk of not finishing next season with the team. This could be especially true since the Spurs often prefer to have an open roster spot to be able to sign a player that they like that has become available.
Last season, the team signed Sandro Mamukelashvili after a cascade of in-season moves, and he quickly proved them right. That paved the way for him to be re-signed this summer, which leads to the question of which Spurs players won't last the entire season. Let's take a look, starting with a recently acquired perimeter player.