7 Free agents who should be on San Antonio Spurs' wish list

The Spurs will be dreaming about adding these free agents this summer.

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3. Kyle Lowry

The Spurs desperately need a point guard. They attempted to play Jeremy Sochan there to begin the season, but the experiment failed. San Antonio has played better with Tre Jones on the floor, but head coach Gregg Popovich does not see him as their long-term answer.

San Antonio would not be the first team to get a significant boost from adding a veteran point guard. Lowry was traded from Miami to the Hornets before being bought out. He went home to sign with the 76ers for the rest of the season. The six-time All-Star helped the Raptors win the title in 2019 and turns 38 on March 25. If Lowry decides to continue his career, he will have multiple suitors in free agency this summer.

Could the Spurs convince him to come to San Antonio to set up Wemby? Lowry’s minutes must be limited at this stage of his career, but he can still make an impact on both ends of the floor. The six-foot point guard is a strong playmaker and career 36.8 percent 3-point shooter to go along with his high basketball IQ.

The point guard market is slim in free agency, but if the San Antonio Spurs miss on Kyle Lowry, they may try to sign the brother of their current ball-handler.