Offseason Report Card: Spurs get five As, three Bs and two Cs for summer moves

The San Antonio Spurs fully embraced their rebuild and it landed them the No. 1 pick and French phenom Victor Wembanyama. How else did they do with their busy offseason this summer?

Victor Wembanyama, San Antonio Spurs
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Full offseason report card and overall grade

The Spurs ultimately made four trades, drafted two players, and re-signed three players and a Hall of Fame coach. That's a busy offseason, one that proved the franchise is not trying to rush winning around Wembanyama. Here is a summary of every move that they made:

Drafted Victor Wembanyama - Grade: A

Re-signed Tre Jones - Grade: A

Extended Gregg Popovich - Grade: A-

Traded for Reggie Bullock - Grade: A-

Re-signed Dom Barlow - Grade: A-

Traded for Cam Payne - Grade: B+

Re-signed Julian Champagnie - Grade: B+

Traded for Cedi Osman, Lamar Stevens - Grade: B

Drafted Sidy Cissoko - Grade: C

Traded Leonard Miller - Grade: C-

Overall Offseason Grade

Not every move in a summer is of equal importance. Nailing the No. 1 pick is worth a lot more than missing on the 44th pick. On the biggest move of the summer, the Spurs got it right.

They also made a number of positive moves around that draft pick. Tre Jones and Cam Payne are solid point guards who can help get the ball to Wembanyama in places to help him score and develop. They got great value on all three of their new player contracts, and decent-enough value on the trades. They didn't solve all of their future questions, including who will start at point guard long-term, but it was a good use of resources for the season of team-building they are in.

Grade: A-