UPDATE: Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 7:05 p.m. ET by Dan Talintyre
Yannis Koutroupis of Hoopsworld.com reports that the San Antonio Spurs could have a plethora of options avail be to them on the 2013 trade dealing day—if they choose to pursue them.
If the San Antonio Spurs want to make a deal, they will have plenty of offers to choose from. The likelihood of DeJuan Blair being moved is high. Blair was a huge surprise for the Spurs early on in his career, but has recently fallen out of the regular rotation after being benched for most of the last two postseasons.
Should the Spurs look to make a bigger splash, they have the $10 million dollar expiring contract of Stephen Jackson to attract teams in need of cap space; Matt Bonner’s contract is also a non-guaranteed for next season and Tiago Splitter is set to become a restricted free agent. The Spurs have been mentioned in association with big names like Josh Smith of the Atlanta Hawks and Al Jefferson of the Utah Jazz, but they highly value their team’s chemistry and may not want to risk harming that.
Among those mentioned in possible trades, told definitively that Danny Granger not going anywhere, and DeJuan Blair likely to stay put, too.— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) February 21, 2013
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