The San Antonio Spurs enter the 2021-22 season with one of the youngest rosters in the NBA, the result of a transformative offseason that saw many of their veterans leave in free agency.
How will the moves San Antonio made impact its rotation?
The Spurs open their season on Oct. 20 against the Orlando Magic.
|PG||Dejounte Murray||Bryn Forbes||Tre Jones|
|SG||Derrick White||Lonnie Walker IV||Joshua Primo|
|SF||Doug McDermott||Devin Vassell||Keita Bates-Diop|
|PF||Keldon Johnson||Thaddeus Young||Al-Farouq Aminu||Luka Samanic|
|C||Jakob Poeltl||Zach Collins||Drew Eubanks||Jock Landale|
Two-way: Joe Wieskamp (forward)
Key additions and subtractions
The Spurs have been active this offseason.
One of the best players in the 2021 free agent class, DeMar DeRozan landed with the Chicago Bulls in a sign-and-trade. In return, the Spurs received Thaddeus Young and Al-Farouq Aminu, as well as a protected first-round pick and two second-round picks.
In addition to DeRozan, the Spurs saw Patty Mills (Brooklyn Nets) and Rudy Gay (Utah Jazz) walk in free agency.
The Spurs signed Bryn Forbes, Doug McDermott, Zach Collins and Jock Landale in free agency. They selected Joshua Primo with the No. 12 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft and Joe Wieskamp with the No. 41 pick.
It'll be interesting to see how Gregg Popovich handles San Antonio's forward rotation.
The Spurs acquired three forwards in the offseason in Doug McDermott, Thaddeus Young and Al-Farouq Aminu. They will each be competing for minutes with Keldon Johnson and Devin Vassell, though it helps that Young can play center in smaller lineups.
The Spurs also have some depth at center in Jakob Poeltl, Zach Collins, Drew Eubanks and Jock Landale.
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