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Earlier this season, there were rumors of a possible union between San Antonio and Kaman. However, after it was made apparent that Kaman would be staying in New Orleans for the remainder of the season, the idea was soon forgotten.
Now, Chris Kaman will enter the summer of 2012 as an unrestricted free agent, making him fair game for any team interested.
It is highly presumed that the Hornets will select Kentucky big-man, Anthony Davis with their first overall pick in the draft, and he will likely be thrown into the fire, decreasing Kaman's role with the team.
This unattractive possibility may drive Kaman out of New Orleans, right into the arms of a contender like the Spurs.
While his age may not be ideal compared to other free agent options, Kaman possesses the ideal, 7'0'' height, making him the perfect player for the Spurs to chase.
His veteran experience will allow him to blend into the offense, and his rebounding skills will help solve the Spurs' problem.
While his basketball IQ is low, his athleticism makes up for that, as he has the ability to run the floor well, something rare for a player of his size.
He also is a great free throw shooter, which is a bonus considering the extent to which the Spurs struggled from the charity stripe this season.