LA Clippers - Serge Ibaka
The LA Clippers tipped off their trade season on Friday when they dealt Eric Bledsoe, Justise Winslow, and Keon Johnson to the Trail Blazers for Normal Powell and Robert Covington. They might next be looking at trading one of their bigs. Now 32 years old, Serge Ibaka has fallen off quite a bit after having back surgery last year. He's a big who could space the floor, but I don't think he's worth a pursuit at this stage in his career.
Los Angeles Lakers - Talen Horton-Tucker
I don't think anyone in the league has had a bigger "For Sale" sign on their chest than Talen-Horton Tucker, but nobody seems to be biting. I can't really say I blame them. At this point, it's starting to look like other teams are making the Lakers get out of the own mess they've created, and I'm cool with that.
Memphis Grizzlies - Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson honed his game and became a quality starter talent with the Spurs. Unfortunately, he outplayed what the team could offer him after four seasons and now has been doing well with the Memphis Grizzlies. He's also on an expiring deal, which is valuable. I'd have no problem with bringing back Slo Mo in some capacity if the Grizzlies wanted to play ball.
Miami Heat - KZ Okpala
On the final season of his three-year $4.2 million contract, KZ Okpala largely fell out of the rotation in Miami even before his recent wrist injury. I haven't really seen anything from him that sticks out as being a must-get, and he's a bit undersized for what the Spurs really need in their frontcourt.
Milwaukee Bucks - Donte DiVincenzo
Coming off of ankle surgery, Donte DiVincenzo recently bet on himself by turning down an extension from the Milwaukee Bucks. Like Okpala, nothing really sticks out to me from his game that says the Spurs should pursue him.