The San Antonio Spurs have certainly had a busy off-season thus far, a sharp contrast from previous offseasons marked by inactivity. The Spurs signed Doug McDermott to a 3 year, $42 million deal, Zach Collins to a 3-year, $22 million deal, traded DeMar DeRozan to the Bulls, acquired Thaddeus Young and Al Farouq Amino, signed stretch center Jock Landale, and brought back Bryn Forbes.
With the flurry of free agent activity, the Spurs have drastically remade their roster while also trying to improve it. Furthermore, after drafting Joshua Primo and Joe Wieskamp, it's clear that the Spurs have prioritized shooting.
Considering that San Antonio finished 24th and 29th in 3-point percentage and attempts, it's an encouraging sign that they're focused on addressing the team's biggest weakness from last season. That said, there are still a number of questions surrounding the Spurs free agency that will determine how successful they are next season. Without further ado, here are the 3 biggest questions for the Spurs this offseason.