In a less-than-surprising result, the San Antonio Spurs' season came to an end Wednesday night in Memphis. It was the Spurs' season-long struggles that did them in by the game's end, as they struggled mightily from the 3-point line, couldn't box out for an entire half, and demonstrated inconsistency throughout.
While this team is much than better its post-All-Star Game record showed, there's no doubt it has a golden opportunity to revamp the roster and finally catch up to the rest of the league for the 2021-22 season.
With several draft prospects, free agents, and trade possibilities to look at, the Spurs must have a wide-open approach to pushing this team to the next level using every avenue possible. However, with new faces joining the Silver and Black this season, that will mean some guys will need to be sent elsewhere while others see reduced roles.
Looking at the Spurs' entire 17-man roster heading into the offseason, here are my thoughts on how the team should approach each man as they look to get back to contender status.