The basketball news cycle has slowed dramatically since the NBA Draft, Las Vegas Summer League, and free agency moratorium period passed on the calendar. But fans will soon have a steady stream of content at their fingertips once the season starts, and rumors about every A, B, and C-list star will dominate the headlines until the trade deadline arrives.
Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania bombard our social media feeds with breaking news about the latest deals each February, and everybody is glued to their phones as they wait for the next shoe to drop. The San Antonio Spurs have been more active on the market in recent years, making moves that have shaped the direction of their full-scale rebuild.
Victor Wembanyama has brought hope of a better tomorrow to the 2-1-0, and depending on whether the young core underachieves or outperforms expectations, the front office could shuffle their roster at the annual deadline extravaganza.
When is the 2024 NBA Trade Deadline?
The trade deadline is February 8th at 2:00 PM CT this season, which means it will fall on a Thursday. All teams must file paperwork before the clock expires, but you might see a handful of transactions announced late as local beat writers and national reporters scrounge to get a last-minute scoop on the final deals of the day.
What have the Spurs added at the deadline in the last three years?
• Marquese Chriss
• Tomas Satoransky
• Goran Dragic
• Josh Richardson
• Romeo Langford
• 2022 1st-Round Pick (Via TOR)
• 2022 1st-Round Pick (Via BOS)
• 2027 2nd-Round Pick (Via UTA)
• 2028 1st-Round Swap (Via BOS)
• Dewayne Dedmon
• Devonte’ Graham
• Khem Birch
• 2023 2nd-Round Pick (Via TOR)
• 2024 1st-Round Pick (Via TOR)
• 2024 2nd-Round Pick (Via NOP)
• 2025 2nd-Round Pick (Via TOR)
• 2026 2nd-Round Pick (Via NOP)
• 2028 2nd-Round Pick (Via MIA)
• 2028 2nd-Round Pick (Via NOP)
• 2029 2nd-Round Pick (Via NOP)
What have the Spurs moved at the deadline in the last three years?
• Cady Lalane (Draft Rights)
• Juancho Hernangomez
• Drew Eubanks
• Thaddeus Young
• Derrick White
• 2022 2nd-Round Pick (Via DET)
• Josh Richardson
• Jakob Poeltl