With the signing of Tommy Kuhse on Friday, the San Antonio Spurs now have a full 20-man roster heading into training camp and a busy preseason.
The 24-year-old guard will now be fighting for a roster spot on a team that will need to cut three players from their roster by opening night on October 19th. Currently, the NBA allows a maximum of 20 players to be on a roster, but that number will shrink to 15 plus a pair of two-way contracts for a final number of 17 before the regular season.
The 2022-23 San Antonio Spurs look remarkably different from the team that first took the court together last season, with the departures of Derrick White and Dejounte Murray being the most striking changes.
The addition of three first-round draft picks brought the team's average age down to below 24 years, and there are likely to be plenty of "who is that guy again" moments as the Silver and Black rebuild toward a better future this season. As of the end of August, here's how the roster looks heading into September's training camp.
Note: Many of the projected starters are subject to change by the start of the season.
San Antonio Spurs current roster
Jordan Hall (two-way contract)
Dominick Barlow (two-way contract)
Who may be cut from the San Antonio Spurs' roster by October 19th?
Since they're on non-guaranteed deals, a couple of likely roster cuts from this roster will be Keita Bates-Diop and Alize Johnson. Meanwhile, recently signed guard Tommy Kuhse will probably be the odd man out in the guard spot.
The Spurs will be tipping off their preseason when they visit the Houston Rockets on Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. ET, and their regular season will begin at home against the Charlotte Hornets on Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. ET.